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European Footprint in North Africa

  • How the U.S can Benefit from Deradicalization Programs

    12.10.18
  • Negotiating with the Islamic State and Al-Qaeda

  • A Singular Gulf Country in the Middle-East? How the UAE Articulates its “Pro-secular” Vision of the Arab World

  • Algerian Controversy over Salafism puts Government Control of Religion on the Spot

    04.26.18
  • Islam’s Relationship with Liberalism

    04.19.18
  • Rolling Back Militancy: Bangladesh Looks to Saudi Arabia in a Twist of Irony

    04.15.18
  • Will the Real Pakistan Stand Up, Please?

    03.30.18
  • Don’t Limbo it Up to Chance: The Terrorist Threat in the Caribbean

  • Transition in the Middle East: Transition to What?

    11.21.17
  • Did They or Didn’t They? The Battle for Control of Brussels’ Grand Mosque

    11.17.17
  • Crown Prince Mohammed’s Vow to Moderate Saudi Islam: Easier Said than Done

    10.29.17
  • On the Radicalization of Young Moroccans

  • Plight of Myanmar’s Rohingya: Militant Islam’s Next Rallying Cry?

    09.20.17
  • Are Islamic State Recruits More Street Gang Members than Zealots?

    08.19.17
  • Extremism Report puts the Saudis and May on the spot, Strengthens Qatar in Gulf Crisis

    07.09.17
  • Trump Addresses the Muslim World on Fighting Extremism

  • Why has Russia’s North Caucasus Calmed Down?

    03.07.17
  • China’s Protection of Pakistani Militants

    02.09.17