ISIS

5:03pm

Thu October 2, 2014
Lexington/Richmond

UK Patterson School Professor Talks ISIS with Rotarians

UK Patterson School of Diplomacy Professor Stacy Closson
Credit Stu Johnson / Weku News

An international scholar at the University of Kentucky worries about increasing U.S. involvement in the fight against terrorism in the Middle East.  Stacy Closson spoke on the subject Thursday to Lexington Rotarians. 

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6:30am

Mon August 11, 2014
Listener Feedback

Feedback: ISIS Coverage refers to Christians as "Minorities," Response to Pastors on Gay Marriage

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4:00pm

Sun June 22, 2014
-Eastern Standard

Eastern Standard: Why WE Should Care About ISIS in Iraq

Dr. Michael Cairo is Associate Professor of Political Science; Program Director, International Affairs at Transylvania University in Lexington
Credit www.transy.edu

As the jihadist militant group known as The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant wreaks terror on Iraq, we in the U.S. are asking, "Why should we care about ISIS?" On this week's show, we'll hear some answers from Transylvania University Associate Professor of Political Science, Michael Cairo, PhD.

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