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“The military’s favored option among several variations currently under White House review, would ease a number of restrictions on U.S. activities.”

“President Trump's new adviser will need to avoid the Vietnam-era mistakes he studied.”

"President Trump’s developing plan to defeat the Islamic State may lead to significant alterations in the Syria strategy that Trump inherited from Barack Obama."

"The Islamic State is seeping back into areas it once controlled, taking advantage of rampant corruption in Iraq’s security forces and institutions."

“More than any other officer of his generation, Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster’s military career has been defined by a willingness to dissent - often forcefully.”

“McMaster is highly respected in the conservative foreign policy community, and a man with little pretense and a great deal of battlefield experience.”