State Secretary Tillerson will host 68 foreign ministers and senior leaders of the Global Coalition, the first meeting of the global coalition working to defeat ISIS. Meanwhile, President Trump recently announced plans to slash the State Department's budget. CNAS Middle East policy experts Ilan Goldenberg and Nicholas Heras explore how the United States should continue the fight against ISIS and ensure long-term stability in the region. Hosted by Neal Urwitz.
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