Analyst raps lack of new anti-Islamic State policies in debate


While everyone on the debate stage Tuesday night called for a new strategy to the defeat the Islamic State, both President Obama and the Republicans vying to take his place in the Oval Office keep rolling out the same tired plans, according to one analyst.

Tuesday night's debate saw candidates talk about the need for a more aggressive air campaign, directly arming Kurdish fighters and more ground forces in the Middle East, including some local troops and possibly more Americans.

"We need to embed our troops inside the Iraqi military. We need to arm directly the Kurds. And all of that has to be done in concert with the Arab nations," Jeb Bush said.

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