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An Ideology Of Impurity: How Internal Divisions Within ISIS May Prove To Be Its Undoing
Author, broadcaster, and Middle East specialist
Reports that Iraqi Baathists, Iranian elements, and others have played a role in the workings of ISIS do not appear to be in keeping with the principle of ideological purity on which the Islamic State says it is based.
Syria's Al Qaeda Branch Kills Druze Villagers
Al Qaeda Claims Senior Official Killed By U.S. Strike In Yemen
MI5 Chief Warns Al Qaeda In Syria Planning Mass Attacks On West
Is There a Moses Basket for Persecuted Children?
Veteran journalist reporting from the United Nations
The story is as old as the tale of Moses but to see it repeated and repeated is shocking - the deliberate killing of children for political or religious reasons.
U.S. Says Airstrikes Target 'Khorasan Cell' Of Syria Qaeda Group
Report: Senior Al Qaeda Official Killed In U.S. Drone Strike In Yemen
Al Qaeda-ISIS Merger A Terrifying, But Unlikely Possibility
Akbar Shahid Ahmed
Al Qaeda And ISIS Had A Spectacular Falling Out. Here's What Happened
Pentagon Investigates Reports Khorasan Leader Was Killed In Syria
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Fighting the Islamic State: What About the Day After?
Senior fellow, S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies
Decades of entrenched autocratic mismanagement and abusive rule in the Middle East and North Africa cannot be erased overnight. Similarly, they cannot be reversed by foreign intervention.
Why India Should Take Al Qaeda's Threat Very Seriously
Author and commentator
Even though the U.S. has downplayed the threat posed by Al Qaeda, Prime Minister Narendra Modi would be wise to take this particular instance more seriously. Unlike previous saber rattling by Al Qaeda or even Pakistan, this latest threat is more dangerous because of its timing and agenda.
Al Qaeda Chief Urges Militants To Leave 'Political Disaster' In Syria
Al Qaeda Chief Calls For More Kidnappings
The Times, They Are a-Changin' -- in Arabia
Journalist and political analyst
The Saudis now fear that if the Syrian civil war is allowed to continue it will eventually reach its own territory. And given the manner in which the fundamentalist jihadis are spreading it is not an impossibility. All the reason more to stop this war sooner rather than later.
Group: Over 1000 Killed In Syria Rebel Infighting
Reports: US Drone Strike Kills Two Al Qaeda Suspects In Yemen
A Fresh Start For U.S.-Pakistani Relations?
Ronak D. Desai
Affiliate, the Belfer Center's India and South Asia Program, H...
As President Obama and Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif meet in Washington today, American officials have struck a positive tone ahead of their talks.
Slaughtering Elephants and Rhinos to Finance Terrorist Groups and Crime
James P. Farwell
Defense consultant; author, 'Persuasion & Power: The Art of St...
International terrorists networks need more than ideology to function. They need money. That money, often laundered through legitimate fronts, helps recruiting. It helps terror networks subvert states, societies, and economies.
Suspected Al Qaeda Members Arrested In Spain
American Jihadi In Somalia With Few Friends Left
PHOTOS: The 'Gentle' Face Of Al-Qaeda
Winning the War on Terror One Child at a Time
Co-Founder of No One Left Behind; Fellow at the Truman Project...
Literacy is not only the path to social mobility in Afghanistan and numerous other countries, it is also the only truly effective long term weapon we have against ilk like the Taliban and al Qaeda.
Military Intervention in Mali: Military Logistics and Human Costs
Journalist; Writer; Broadcaster; and Human Rights Campaigner
Whilst equipment, intelligence, training and support from American, British and French special forces will add steel to the operation, it will nevertheless involve difficult desert fighting conditions against a well-armed enemy.
Syria: A Tragedy in Search of a Denouement
A bilateral negotiation on Iran's nuclear project is of fundamental importance to the quest for a solution for Syria; but such a negotiation would necessarily expand to encompass regional problems.
U.S. Drone Strike Kills 4 Al Qaeda Militants
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