Just because groups may benefit from U.S. support and air power in fighting ISIS does not mean that they are prepared to accept Washington’s dictates as to how to carry out that fight.
The Millennium Development Goals suffered from serious design flaws, but these were perhaps understandable. Those putting together the successor agreement have no such excuse.
For Dudziak, “Just as the nation is perpetually focused on security, we must also be perpetually focused on maintaining constitutional liberty.”
More Yazidis may survive than if the U.S. had done nothing at all, but beyond airstrikes, the U.S. does not appear prepared to take steps to help them regain their homes, or to push for the return of Iraqi Christians also displaced from their traditional homes.
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