Tahrir al-Sham Attack Highlights Increasing Sectarianism in Syria
Syria

Tahrir al-Sham Attack Highlights Increasing Sectarianism in Syria

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ISIS Claims London Attacker was 'Soldier of the Caliphate'

The jihadi group says the perpetrator who killed four in Westminster was responding to its call for attacks....

Briefing

London Attack: Jihadi Chatter Online But No Claim

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Syria

The Latest Israel-Syria Clashes: New Escalation or More of the Same?

If Israel is now targeting the Assad regime in Syria, not simply Hizbullah, then this represents a significant change in its appro...

Yemen

Two Years On: The Complexity of Yemen’s Conflicts

Yemen's war is much more than a battle between the internationally recognised government and the Houthi movement. 

Syria

By Ignoring its Allies, the West Empowers its Enemies in Syria

Turkey's operations in Syria are informed by the twin domestic threats of Kurdish separatist and Islamist terrorism....

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Both Donald Trump's chief strategist and the terrorist organisation believe in an existential global war.

Somalia

Can Somalia’s New President Negotiate with al-Shabaab?

Mohamed Abdullahi Farmaajo is seen as a man of integrity, cracking down on corruption, and fostering good governance....

Syria

Tahrir al-Sham Attack Highlights Increasing Sectarianism in Syria

The jihadi coalition says twin blasts that killed more than 70 mostly Shia pilgrims in Damascus were a way to hit Assad and his Ir...

CRG report

Religion, Conflict, and Geopolitics in 2017

As a new presidential administration takes the reins in Washington, and as the UK begins exiting the EU, 2017 promises to bring dr...