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“Though IS has lost about 25 percent of the territory it held at its peak, it has meanwhile established an international presence, on the ground and in cyberspace.”

“The Navy’s intelligence chief has been stuck with a major handicap: He’s not allowed to know any secrets.”

“A simulation exercise was run by Israel’s INSS as part of its annual conference. The outcome illustrated the paradoxical reality of the conflict against the Islamic State.”

“U.S. military commanders are now quietly talking about an American commitment that could keep thousands of troops in the country for decades.”

“Kerry that progress has been made in combating the Islamic State and violent extremism, and called fighting government corruption an integral part of the battle.”

“Russia’s military intervention in Syria is finally generating gains on the ground for Syrian government forces.”