Group with medieval, barbaric tactics has a sophisticated media strategy.
In the fight against the Islamic State, slogans are not as key as strategy.
Al-Qaeda was just the first round of this protracted war against terrorism, Walter Pincus writes.
Obama wants lawmakers on board in the fight, but that means striking a balance between restrictions, reality.
In the fight against the Islamic State, the White House first must take Capitol Hill.
Alliances are key to any U.S. strategy for defeating the Islamic State and its radical extremism.
The president and Congress must work together in countering the threat to the United States.
The Atlantic interview isn’t all that it says it is when it comes to President Obama.
As the Middle East shows, nation-building is the hard job of the people of those nations.
Military services are working on innovative approaches to attract top-shelf personnel to their ranks