Unlike Bergen, Ron Paul doesn't restrict his argument to one particular - present-day - issue. Instead, he provides us a frame of reference for how the Syrian refugee problem developed.
In contrast, to most Republican candidates, who have given us general platitudes about "getting tougher on terrorism" or vague promises to use more ground troops in Iraq or Syria, Hillary Clinton has proposed a more concrete program for battling ISIS
It's inconceivable Turkey acted on its own, independent of US-dominated NATO. Its action is a major geopolitical incident - a premeditated act of war against Russia in Syrian airspace. Ankara claiming the aircraft entered Turkish airspace
An activist named Faz Ali from the UK, has written a response to many of the anti-refugee arguments that have been used to disuade people from being willing to allow refugees to cross government borders.
Since last month, U.S. warplanes have struck Islamic State's oil infrastructure in Syria in a stepped-up campaign of economic warfare that the United States estimates has cut the group's black-market earnings from oil by about a third.
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As Americans cower in fear over the perceived threat from men, women and children attempting to escape from war-torn Syria, the majority of people are ignoring the reason there are refugees in the first place.
After the Islamic State claimed responsibility for the bombing of a Russian airliner, President Vladimir Putin doubled down on the destruction of ISIS.
PRESIDENT FRANCOIS Hollande's response to Friday's vicious terrorist attacks in France, now attributed to the Islamic State, was immediate and uncompromising. "We are going to lead a war which will be pitiless," he vowed.
Berlin debates contentious move as France extends state of emergency and Italy boosts protection
Says Attacks on Fuel Trucks Reflect 'Changing Tactics'
Too many protagonists in conflict with separate agendas Deal Hinges on Assad cooperating in process that ends his rule
Official Washington's many false narratives about Russia and Syria have gotten so tangled that they have become a danger to the struggle against Sunni terrorism and conceivably a threat to the future of the planet, a risk that Robert Parry explores