Islamic Extremists

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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
  • Radicalization between Prevention and Instrumentalisation of Religion

    02.22.17
  • China’s Protection of Pakistani Militants

    02.09.17
  • Creating Frankenstein: Saudi Arabia’s Ultra-Conservative Footprint in Africa

    01.22.17
  • West is Ignoring Islamic State in Libya

  • Trump’s Middle East: Back to the Future

    12.15.16
  • Can Integration Prevent Radicalization of Muslim Youth?

    11.03.16
  • Taking on Militants: A Fight for the Soul of Pakistan

    11.03.16
  • How Many Foreign Fighters in Syria are There?

    10.15.16
  • Blasphemy Case Highlights Devastating Impact of Saudi Ultra-Conservatism on Pakistani Society

    10.14.16
  • Saudi and Iranian Islamic Scholars Agree: Soccer Poses a Threat

    10.07.16
  • Why Does Belgium Breed Terrorists?

  • Jihadists or Terrorists?

  • Terrorist Attacks in Brussels: A Clash of What?

    03.24.16
  • How Can We Understand the Origins of Islamic State?

    03.12.16
  • Creating Frankenstein: The Saudi Export of Wahhabism

    03.08.16
  • Saudi Arabia, Wahhabism and its Goal of Hegemony

    02.04.16
  • Don’t Blaspheme in Egypt

    01.15.16
  • U.S.–Saudi Relations and the Search for Leverage

  • Paris: Fundamentalism v. Liberal Values

  • Future of Islamic State: Not Merely Religion

    12.09.15
  • Conservative Foreign Policy is a Doctrine of Non-Sequiturs

    12.08.15
  • Who is Russia Bombing in Syria?

    11.30.15
  • Jihadists Seek to Exploit Widespread Sense of Abandonment

    11.19.15
  • How the Nonprofit, Government and Private Sector Can Defeat ISIS

    11.16.15
  • The life of ‘Jihadi John’: How One Man Became the Symbol of Islamic State

    11.13.15
  • Saudi Arabia: A Kingdom Stumbles

    11.11.15
  • ISIS: The Religious Fallacy Against History

  • Fighting Islamic State: Getting Down To Root Causes

    10.02.15
  • ISIS is Expanding in Southeast Asia

  • Afghanistan or Syria? How Foreign Jihadists Decide Where to Go

  • How America and the World Combats ISIS

    07.21.15