Analysis Iran Threat Keeps U.S. From Committing to Fight Against ISIS

More ground forces are needed to retake areas held by Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, but the U.S. military is still divided over how much of a threat the organization poses.

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The people of Ramadi don’t hunger for a sweet pastry when they hear the word “baklawa.” In this Iraqi city, just liberated from Islamic State rule, “baklawa” is what they call a minefield composed of one...