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Can war, by Obama's rules, beat IS?
WASHINGTON, Aug 28, 2014 (BSS/AFP) - An apparently looming American clash with Islamic State in Syria presents a defining test for President Barack Obama's doctrine of often lethal, but limited, no-boots-on-the-ground warfare. Obama's worldview, cemented when US armies bogged down in Iraq, led him to a brand of war in which drones pound Al-Qaeda militants in Pakistan and Yemen and special forces materialize to pursue terror suspects in hostile lands like Libya and Somalia. But as he contemplates targeting IS militants settling into a new caliphate, he is adamant his core policy of keeping ground troops back home is inviolate. When Obama sketched his blueprint for flexing US po... More...
   
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