The conflict in the Middle East has gradually escalated over the years, destabilizing the territory and providing all the required conditions for ISIS to grow, an organization renowned for its barbarism and extremism. ISIS has become a part of the conflict and has produced a lot of problems from immigration to terror. Moreover, ISIS continues to spread its influence regardless of the damage inflicted upon it by the US-led coalition.
NATO is well aware of the problem at hand and is trying to tackle it starting with the Warsaw summit, whose decisions will put NATO as an active member in the fight against ISIS. The results of the Warsaw summit will serve the fundamental needs of fighting such an organization from deploying AWACS aircrafts that will offer surveillance and act as NATO’s “eye in the sky” to training programs of local forces.
NATO will have to discuss the issues more thoroughly, eventually coming up with further solutions that will accommodate individual problems. Ambassadors in NATO will thus have to think of whether or not the Alliance should get more involved in the fight, bearing in mind the consequences of their decisions, which will prove crucial to the future of the area.