Is Islamic State a spent force or a globe-spanning “al-Qaeda on steroids”?
After a lull, could Islamic State rebound in the Philippines?
ISIS has been trumpeting its growing presence in South Asia after the fall of its Middle East ‘caliphate.’ But is this just a case of empty propaganda?
Tracing the rise of Islamic States Af-Pak affiliate, Wilayat Khorasan.
ISIS claims responsibility in the latest Philippines bombing, Trump’s coal renaissance crumbles in the United States, and a generous pre-election budget expected in India.
Large swathes of Iraq and Syria remain utterly devastated by the war with Islamic State.
Do recent attacks from Abu Sayyaf indicate a resurgent campaign, or are they a desperate cry for attention as the once-powerful militant group fades into irrelevance?
India’s security and intelligence communities have remained one step ahead of Islamic State so far. But has the threat actually passed?
Is terrorism fueled by economic, social, religious, or psychological factors?
An attack on Manbij would put President Erdogan in direct conflict with the US military and its Syrian allies.