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Can Obama's Military Strategy Against ISIS Work? Analysis with Friedman and Weitz

Richard Weitz

As US President Barack Obama announced his plans combat the ISIS threat militarily, skeptics and supporters alike weigh in on the viability of Obama’s strategy. Arise America spoke to Security& Defense experts Benjamin Friedman and Richard Weitz.

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