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Retired U.S. Army Col. and Medal of Honor recipient Jack Jacobs says the U.S. needs to get ready for a long haul to defeat ISIS.
Madeleine Albright tells CNBC the U.S. has no choice but to be involved in the battle against ISIS and other world crises.
Obama emphasized that Americans were not acting alone but rather together with a coalition of Arab states and the support of more than 40 nations.
President Obama delivers a statement on airstrikes against ISIS targets in Syria. President Obama says 40 nations have offered help in our comprehensive efforts.
Jim Miklaszewski, NBC chief Pentagon correspondent, reports on the U.S. led airstrikes underway in Syria.
Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, shares her thoughts on whether the U.S. was late to the game in fighting against the ISIS threat.
Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, explains why U.S. airstrike against ISIS are very important and boots on the ground are needed. The regional partners are the ones that need to do a lot of it, says Albright.
"Squawk Box's" Becky Quick talks with NATO Sec. General Anders Fogh Rasmussen about what he thinks should be the global response to the ISIS threat.
This is only the beginning, says Jim Miklaszewski, NBC chief Pentagon correspondent, reporting the latest details of U.S. led airstrikes against ISIS targets.
Retired U.S. Army Colonel Jack Jacobs and CNBC's John Harwood discuss the implications of the United States and Arab allies' airstrikes against ISIS targets in Syria. A lot of the coalition so far is public relations, says Jacobs.
CNBC's Hadley Gamble discusses the latest developments in the Middle East with the U.S. launching airstrikes in Syria and British Prime Minister David Cameron planning to meet Iranian President Hassan Rouhani.
Malcolm Jorgensen, Lecturer at Sydney Law School and United States Studies Center, discusses news that the U.S. and Arab nations launched massive airstrikes against ISIS targets in Syria on Monday.
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Senate passage, by a vote of 73-22, came a day after approval by the House of Representatives.
Warnings of a massacre in northern Syria indicate that it's time for the US to attack ISIL, says former State Dept. adviser David Phillips.
AMMAN, Sept 18- In an oil field in northeastern Syria, a queue of trucks lines up daily to load crude sold cheaply by Islamic State militants who have hijacked parts of the country's energy industry in their bid to build a caliphate.
*Riyadh trains Syrian rebels, praised new Iraq govt. RIYADH, Sept 17- In its war against Islamic State in Iraq and Syria the United States wants strong public support from Saudi Arabia, the birthplace of Islam and champion of Arab Sunni Muslims.
Saudi Arabia's ex-head of intelligence has criticized U.S. anti-terrorism tactics, saying Obama was wrong to rule out troops in Syria and Iraq.
*Army has shrunk by 30-50 percent. *Army faced setbacks since June. Western officials believe the Syrian army, already stretched, has been under growing strain since Islamic State staged lightening advances in Syria and Iraq in June: insurgents this week briefly pushed into an area of Damascus that had not seen fighting for 18 months, the Observatory reported.
Here's what could help make Obama's strategy for defeating the Islamic State work, says former State Dept. adviser David Phillips.