The extremist group will soon follow its dream of an ‘Islamic State’ into the dustbin of history.
There are numerous reasons for doubt about the Belgian jihadist’s role.
Islamic State is becoming more active in Bangladesh, with serious implications for India’s security.
Will it be ‘business as usual’ or ‘hell hath no fury like a Putin scorned’?
The post-Paris spirit of détente on global terrorism has proven short-lived.
Recep Erdogan’s Justice and Development Party (AKP) has retaken its parliamentary majority in a shock result that might mean big changes for Turkey’s foreign policy.
The caliphate is fighting its real economic problems the only way it knows how: with historical fantasy.
The Syrian refugee crisis can only be solved by addressing the root causes of the conflict. If not then the flow of refugees is just getting started.
There is an important security element to the refugee crisis unfolding in Europe.
It’s not religious fervor that makes Islamic State such a formidable foe on the battlefield.