Obama's Next Move Against Islamic State
In his nationally televised speech last night, U.S. President Barack Obama had two main tasks: Describe clearly the threat from Islamic State militants in Iraq and Syria, and lay out a credible strategy for confronting it. He largely succeeded and now faces a third task, more difficult and important: sustaining the fragile consensus in support of his plan.
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