August 25, 2014

Don't Give ISIS the Wider War It Wants

Emile Simpson, The Guardian

The Associated Press

Last week’s murder of US journalist James Foley was shocking – as Islamic State (Isis) no doubt intended it to be. The risk is that UK policy, while right in its instinct to act against Isis, is drawn into precisely the wider confrontation that Isis desires.

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