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Since Syria’s conflict broke out in March 2011, jihadis and Islamist extremists have swelled the ranks of the rebellion. CRG’s research and analysis examines the role of extremists in the war, and how they affect chances for a resolution.Explore Topic
The Syrian civil war is three conflicts in one: a proxy war, a popular uprising, and a counter-extremism struggle....
The aims and behaviours of extremist groups depend on whether their religious ideologies are more important to them than their pra...
The recent Rohingya insurgency and subsequent government response mark a qualitative change from earlier Buddhist-Muslim clashes i...
The North African state has invested heavily in its security infrastructure over the past decade.