Euronews highlights the launch of the Atlantic Council’s New US Middle East Strategy Task Force (MEST) in a bid to find new solutions to tackle ISIS:

As the US-led coalition continues to hit ISIS targets in Iraq and Syria, the Obama administration’s strategy against the jihadists is becoming ever more unpopular.

Recent polls suggest that 63 percent of Americans believe that Obama is not doing enough to beat the terrorist group but a huge majority also do not want further US military involvement.

In order to find solutions, the Atlantic Council, a leading Washington-based think tank, has launched its Middle East Strategy Task Force, co-chaired by former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright and President George W. Bush’s National Security Advisor Stephen Hadley.

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