US Fails to Stabilise a Disturbed West Asia

RAM, V. B. N.
October 2014
Aakrosh: The Asian Journal on International Terrorism & Conflict;Oct2014, Vol. 17 Issue 65, p24
The article focuses on the failure of the U.S. government and its foreign policy to stabilise the governments of countries in West Asia, particularly Iran and Iraq. It discusses the appropriate military response to the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS), who could be coalition partners and what kind of financial resources can be allocated to troubled areas, relative to the admission by the U.S. President Barack Obama has that his administration does not have a strategy to combat ISIS.


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