Terrorist Organizations and Networks


Managing the ISIS Crisis

Author: Richard N. Haass
Project Syndicate
One day, historians will have their hands full debating the causes of the chaos now overtaking much of the Middle East. To what extent, they will ask, was it the inevitable result of deep flaws common to many of the region's societies and political systems, and to what extent did it stem from what outside countries chose to do (or not to do)?

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