August 15, 2014
West Isn't Answer in Iraq -- It's the Problem
Andrew Bacevich, The Spectator
The Associated Press
No doubt the ‘Islamic State’ poses a danger of sorts. But for the United States and for Europe, that danger is negligible. Regional powers such as Saudi Arabia, Turkey and Iran are both more directly threatened and far better positioned to deal with it. Offering whatever indirect assistance might be helpful, the United States would be better served simply to butt out. We’ve done enough damage.
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