In the wake of the Paris terror attacks - and amid continuing threats of violence in cities like Brussels - the 2016 presidential candidates have offered more details on their foreign policy plans in recent days. Here's a roundup of how the candidates say they'd handle the threat from the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), from the military campaign overseas to protecting the homeland.
Hillary Clinton: Clinton outlined her strategy to fight ISIS in a speech Thursday, calling for "more allied planes" and "more strikes" on the group's enclaves in Iraq and Syria.
14:04 Turkey unleashing fury of airstrikes against US-backed Syrian Kurdish forces
19:11 Apocalypse postponed: ISIS flees the village where it prophesied doomsday battle1
12:33 3 Kansas men charged with terror plot against Somali immigrants1
09:07 ISIS Occupiers in Mosul Will 'Fight to the Death'