AQIS has apparently changed its information warfare strategy to try and make itself more relevant vis-à-vis an ascendant Islamic State.
The first step toward dealing with the problem of Islamic State is for the Bangladesh government to admit one exists.
In what could be a game-changer, it appears as is Lashkar-e-Taiba has struck against US interests in Saudi Arabia for the first time ever.
Internal divisions are increasing the chances that we see a rise of Islamic State in Sri Lanka.
By adopting India-centric themes for the first time in an Indian video release, Islamic State is betraying its own desperation to gain a foothold on the Indian subcontinent.
The threat of Islamic State in India will outlive its leading figure.
The case of Alem Jeb Afridi in India has many of the characteristics of a ‘lone wolf’ terrorist attack.
Islamic State is prioritizing Bangladesh in its campaign to entrench itself in South Asia, and it may have found a welcome ally in Jama’atul Mujahideen Bangladesh.
Al-Qaeda has chosen India as a key pivot in its South Asia strategy.
The rivalry between Al Qaeda, Islamic State, and Lashkar-e-Taiba is intensifying on the Indian subcontinent.