Guardian Previews Discussions of ISIS at Thursday’s NATO Summit

Ewen MacAskill and Spencer Ackerman of The Guardian have an excellent preview of the NATO summit, beginning tomorrow in Wales. Of note, the authors provide details on the discussions that will take place between the United States and Britain concerning ISIS:

The United States and Britain will discuss a range of military options for tackling Islamic State (Isis) at the Nato summit, opening in Wales on Thursday, ranging from joining in air attacks in Iraq and possibly Syria, to providing more arms to the Kurds and Iraqi government forces fighting them on the ground.

Those interested in the agenda items for the summit are encouraged to read the report, which has a wealth of detail.  

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