The ISIS crisis has become a front-burner foreign policy obsession. President Barack Obama last week won initial backing from Congress for his plan to train and arm rebel forces that are fighting the Islamic State in Syria.
But debates continued to rage — even as the House and Senate closed up shop for the six-week election season — as to whether U.S. actions in the region constituted another war and whether the administration was doing too much or too little to counter the threats of the militant extremists who have gathered round the black Islamic State flag.
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