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US military maybe broadly its strategy in fighting the ISIS terrorist group, listen to the statement made earlier this week by US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter.

We won't hold back from supporting capable partners in the opportunist attacks against ISIS or conducting such missions directly, whether by strike from the air or direct action on the ground. Those last three words on the ground getting a lot of attention.

US is conducting air strike against ISIS for month , last year the Obama administration repeatedly said no US boots will be on the ground, meaning Americans will not be in direct combat with terrorist, but afterwards some US officials suggested that might be necessary to defend ISIS, now would appear US getting ready to put combat troops in action, the president and commander in chief of US military have not made final decision on this, the White House says it's one possibility being presented, ISIS says taking a large part of Iraq and Syria, Iraq government says it already has enough soldiers on the ground and doesn't want American or any other troops join in its fighting against ISIS.  But Syria goes the situation is more complex, and the threaten to become a proxy war, when external countries face out indirectly by giving military assistant to different group they are fighting.

The civil war in Syria has becoming incredible complicated over the past 4 years, that because there are so many different groups fighting on the ground for very different reasons, but essentially you have 4 main contingencies, firstly you have Syria Amy which is loyal to the regime Assad, then you have ISIS which now control of large of territory in the east of the country, in the northwest, you have various Islamist group and also some moderate group who are fighting primarily against the regime but also against ISIS, and here in the northeast you have mainly Kurdish fighters with * or fighting against ISIS, all these different factions have different international backers, the regime is supported heavily by Russia and by Iran, the Islamist in the north and west of the country are supported by Saudi and Qatar. US also has given limited support to some of the moderate group to the northwest, but also to the YPG here in the northeast, recently Russia has dramatically increase their involvement in this complex launching, hundreds of air strikes on various rebel group  that are fighting against the regime and also supply the Syria army with sophisticated weapons, US has responded by dropping 50 tons of ammunition to various group  in this region  that are fighting against ISIS, and Saudi Arabia has also accelerate the flow of the anti-tank missiles, it is supply to its Islamist aligns in north west of this country, Syria is automate becoming a proxy war, with all these different factions, focusing now on gaining the military advantage, very few are willing to come to the negotiating table.



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[on afeiyan]US military may be broadening its strategy in fighting the ISIS terrorist group, listen to the statement made earlier this week by US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter.

We won't hold back from supporting capable partners in the opportunistic attacks against ISIS or conducting such missions directly, whether by strike from the air or direct action on the ground. Those last three words on the ground getting a lot of attention.

US has been conducting air strikes against ISIS for months , last year the Obama administration repeatedly said no US boots will be on the ground, meaning Americans will not be in direct combat with the terrorists, but afterwards some US officials suggested that might be necessary to defeat ISIS, now it appears US is getting ready to put combat troops in action, the president and commander in chief of US military has not made a final decision on this, the White House says it's one possibility being presented, ISIS has taken large parts of Iraq and Syria, Iraq government says it already has enough soldiers on the ground and that doesn't want American or any other troops join in its fight against ISIS.  But as far as Syria goes the situation is more complex, and it threatens to become a proxy war, when external countries face off indirectly by giving military assistance to different group they are fighting.

The civil war in Syria has become incredibly complicated over the past 4 years, and that's because there are so many different groups fighting on the ground for very different reasons, but essentially you have 4 main contingencies, firstly you have Syrian Amy which is loyal to the regime Bashar al Assad, then you have ISIS which now in control of large swaths of territory in the east of the country, in the northwest, you have various Islamist group and also some moderate group who are fighting primarily against the regime but also against ISIS, and then here in the northeast you have mainly Kurdish fighters with the YPG who are fighting against ISIS, now all of these different factions have different international backers, so the regime is supported heavily by Russia and by Iran, the Islamist in the north and west of the country are supported by Saudi and Qatar. And the US also has given limited support to some of the moderate groups to the northwest, but also to the YPG here in the northeast, now recently the Russian has dramatically increase their involvement in this conflict, launching hundreds of air strikes on various rebel groups  that are fighting against the regime also supply the Syrian army with sophisticated weapons, the US has responded by dropping 50 tons of ammunition to various groups in this region  that are fighting against ISIS, and Saudi Arabia has also accelerated the flow of anti-tank missiles that it is supplying its Islamist allies in the north west of this country. All of which has really raised the specter that Syria has ultimately become a proxy war, and with all the different factions focusing now on gaining a decisive military advantage, very few are willing to come to the negotiating table.
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