Fifteen years after a suicide bomb that killed Lebanon’s prime minister Rafik Hariri and 21 others rattled the Lebanese capital of Beirut, justice has been delivered.
The narcotics are the kind ISIS terrorists use to bolster their courage—and their finances. They were on their way to Italy’s organized crime groups for distribution across Europe.
The government of Recep Tayyip Erdogan has taken on highly destabilizing roles in almost all the region’s conflicts, and that’s the last thing this part of the world needs.
Counter-terror on a shoestring will empower Washington’s major adversaries.
Rep. Liz Cheney frequently says what her colleagues only dare to think but has, thus far, avoided the wrath of President Trump.
Every time it’s been crushed, the most successful jihadist organization in history bounces back. Now it’s thriving in Iraq and Syria and recruiting throughout Africa.
U.S. forces used to keep the prisons, the prisoners, and their guards secure in Syria—until Trump pulled the plug on America’s allies in the fight against ISIS. Now, watch out.