Obama and Cameron call on NATO
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From the LeftObama and Cameron Call on NATO to Confront ISIS
President Obama and Prime Minister David Cameron of Britain have called on NATO to reject “isolationist” impulses and confront the rising terrorist threat posed by Sunni militants in the Middle East, saying the United States and Britain “will not be cowed by barbaric killers.”
From the LeftLeaders hold key NATO summit as threats of ISIS, Russian aggression loom
As the threat of ISIS extremists in the Middle East and Russia's actions in Ukraine unsettle the world, NATO chief Anders Fogh Rasmussen opened Thursday what has been billed as a historic summit.
From the RightObama, Cameron to push for coalition against ISIS at NATO summit
President Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron will use this week's NATO summit to press for a multi-national coalition to carry out military action against the Islamic State militant group, formerly known as ISIS.