The Continued Threats Of Isis Essay

1298 WordsNov 1, 20166 Pages
The continued threats of Isis are a growing foreign policy problem in the United States. The policies brought by the two Presidential Candidates have both positive and negative consequences. Candidate Hillary Clinton’s policy towards Isis includes taking out Isis strongholds, work with allies, and strengthen defenses at home. Presidential Candidate Donald Trump’s foreign policy toward Isis is to eliminate them with full military force. Isis is a growing problem in our world and should not be overlooked by the Candidate elected to be the next President of the United States. The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, also known as Isis, terror group has been an important issue in the United States for the past couple of years. After the recall of troops from Iraq, radical Islamist movements started to begin and Isis was formed. The first issue of Isis is they have grown in numbers over the years. Secondly, Isis controls thousands of square miles of ungoverned territory. Their high supply of troops and land allows them to creatively think of major attacks, including attacks on the U.S. Lastly, when people see the attacks from Isis, some people naturally gravitate towards these groups. Two months after 9/11 attacks Osama Bin Laden said “When people see a strong horse and a weak horse, by nature, they will like the strong horse.” Isis will continue to grow in power if countries do not come together to help totally eliminate them. Presidential Candidate Hillary
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