OTTAWA—The war on ISIS in Syria and Iraq is being won, slowly but surely. The U.S. and its coalition partners—Canada included—have destroyed ISIS’s ability to capture, hold, and govern territory in much of the Middle East. The group’s borders are shrinking. Its coffers are running dry. Its ability to attract, train, and retain foreign and local fighters has diminished. And ISIS’s leadership is being decimated. There’s certainly more to be done, but we’re nearing our short-term goal of
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