January 25, 2014

France Gets Islamist Threat, U.S. Doesn't

Michael Curtis, The Commentator

The Associated Press

France's policy against Islamist advancement abroad presents a stark contrast to the chronic indecisiveness, amateurism, and lack of strategic vision of the Obama Administration

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TAGGED: Terrorism, Islamists, France


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