THE STRATEGIC EFFECTIVENESS OF INTERNATIONAL COALITION IN FIGHTING THE ISLAMIC STATE (ISIS) AN ANALYTICAL STUDY (2014-2016)
Journal of college of Law for Legal and Political Sciences,
2020, Volume 9, Issue issue 35 part 1, Pages 34-72
AbstractAfter spreading widely between the Iraqi and Syrian border and controlling large areas, the Islamic state (ISIS), has become a real threat for both countries. The United States led an international coalition forces to encounter that threat. Continuing clashes among disputed sides deteriorating the human rights on the battlefield, caused to emerge some questions about the effective strategy of the coalition, along with forming more coalition by other global and regional powers, urging us to profoundly discuss the politics of the coalition forces and measuring the effective level of the war against terrorism and the ability to gain the objectives. In other word, To what extend it’s expected to achieve victory of the war on terror without involving international community?
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