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The U.S. and Turkey Have Yet to Address Their ISIS Problem

Even after the two nations reached an agreement on a safe zone in northeastern Syria, thousands of imprisoned ISIS fighters remain scattered among refugee camps

Armoured vehicles of Turkish Armed Forces in Idlib, Syria. Credit: Anadolu Agency/Getty Images

AAfter a long and tense standoff, the United States and Turkey appear headed toward reconciliation…




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Mitchell Prothero

Mitchell Prothero

I write about foreign policy and security issues. Currently reside in Athens, Greece with a stray cat named Sybil.

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