What should the U.S. policy be in the aftermath of the attacks in Paris?
Fuqua adjunct professor Dorie Clark, a former spokesperson for the Howard Dean campaign, explains the strategic communication factors presidential candidates must consider leading up to election day 2016.
“The New York Times ran an interesting article discussing the questions raised by the post-Paris air strikes conducted by France. It put me in mind of several other questions that U.S. President Barack Obama has not answered (and may not even have been asked).”
Miriam Cooke, a professor of Asian and Middle Eastern studies, echoed the warning against confusing the more than 4 million people who have fled Syria since the war started with militants from the terrorist group ISIS.