Obama: more troops not a sign of policy change

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An additional 450-american troops will head to to Iraq to help in the fight against ISIL. It’s been a year since ISIL captured Mosul. And the fall of Iraq’s second-largest city was just the beginning of a brutal campaign. The question now – is this latest U.S. effort, a temporary fix, or an effective measure? CCTV America’s Sean Callebs filed this report.

Obama: more troops not a sign of policy change

Obama: more troops not a sign of policy change

An additional 450-american troops will head to to Iraq to help in the fight against ISIL. It's been a year since ISIL captured Mosul. And the fall of Iraq's second-largest city was just the beginning of a brutal campaign. The question now - is this latest U.S. effort, a temporary fix, or an effective measure? CCTV America's Sean Callebs is here with more.


Discussion about ISIL with panel focused on war and military
Will more trainers make a difference or is the US in danger of being dragged back into another Iraq war?.
Stephen Miles, Advocacy Director for Win Without War, and Jonathan Gilliam, a former U-S Navy Seal join CCTV for further discussion.

Discussion about ISIL with panel focused on war and military

Discussion about ISIL with panel focused on war and military

Will more trainers make a difference or is the US in danger of being dragged back into another Iraq war?. Stephen Miles, Advocacy Director for Win Without War, and Jonathan Gilliam, a former U-S Navy Seal join CCTV for further discussion.