Thanks to a new international investigation, victims of ISIS now have hope of being heard in court.
We cannot defeat terrorists simply by militarily overpowering them.
In order to regain the trust of its citizens, the Iraqi government must urgently rebuild Mosul.
But the territorial conquests could not be sustained for long. After a string of crushing military defeats throughout 2015
President Donald Trump instructed the Pentagon to develop a strategy to defeat the Islamic State. Apparently one of the options
He goes on: "The resources needed for terrorism are very modest, and the group would have to suffer even heavier losses of
A: Yes, but also for a different reason no less important: Much the way that in the United States the path toward politics
The operation would tighten the noose around Islamic State’s Iraq stronghold but could inflame sectarian tension in the mainly Sunni region.
By Tania F. Cohen From their central point of agreement on the threat that ISIL poses, both Clinton and Trump favor establishing
Although a small village at the foot of a small hill on Syria's northern plains about 9 miles from the Turkish border, Dabiq
Both before and during the aerial bombardment of Taleban strongholds, I conducted phone interviews in Dari with fixed line
Al Qaeda was then active throughout the 1990s and peaked in 2001. After the 9/11 attacks in 2001, the US invaded under false
1. An Independent Narrative: Ideas and ideals conveyed on the channels are not defined in opposition to an extremist ideology
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.
The latest strikes come 10 days into a Russian-backed Syrian government offensive to capture rebel-held eastern Aleppo.
There has been relatively little speculation this election year about what could possibly be the "October surprise." In a normal presidential election year, this is a fun subject to speculate about when the actual news from the campaign trail gets dull and repetitive. This year, of course, that hasn't exactly happened.