Security services should prepare for the possibility that the fall of Mosul will trigger terrorist attacks in Western countries.
Iraqi and Kurdish forces have launched an assault on the last major urban holding of Islamic State in Iraq.
Geopoliticalmonitor.com sits down with Dr. Parag Khanna to discuss US foreign policy and the future of globalization.
Do recent shifts in Turkey-US relations vindicate Samuel Huntington’s controversial thesis of a clash of civilizations?
Turkey’s entrance into the conflict brings an incendiary new dynamic on the battlefield – and diplomatic headaches for Washington.
A loss of territory in Syria doesn’t preclude an ability by Islamic State supporters to strike targets in Russia.
If Saudi Arabia’s economic downturn worsens there could be dire consequences for the country and the wider region.
The first step toward dealing with the problem of Islamic State is for the Bangladesh government to admit one exists.
Internal divisions are increasing the chances that we see a rise of Islamic State in Sri Lanka.
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.