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

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

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.