Senegal, ISIS, and al-Qaeda: A Terrorism Trifecta

by Ryan Cummings


Latest London Attack: The Crest of an Anti-Muslim Wave

by Milo Comerford and Mubaraz Ahmed


Female Suicide Bombers May Be New For ISIS, But They’re No Stranger to Iraq


ISIS Female Attackers: It's Not Long Before They're Deployed


Securing the Sahel: Macron’s Fight Against Militancy

Macron has vowed to 'eradicate' extremists in Mali, but military might alone isn't enough.

Online extremism

Fighting Online Extremism: The Balance Between Liberty and Security

Regulating the internet is not an attack on our democratic society, it is essential to ensure the online space remains a hostile e...


Al-Nuri Mosque: The Turning of the ISIS Tide?

For Muslims around the world, observing the holy month of Ramadan is about prayer and finding peace, but for ISIS it is a period o...

Global security

A Battle for Influence in the Caucasus

Russia, Turkey, and Iran compete for control of the region's ethnic and religious landscape.


ISIS Claims First Attack in Israel

Hamas and Israeli officials have disputed the jihadi group's claim of responsibility, but this could still influence the nature of...


The Rukban Refugee Camp: Implications for Jordan's Security

Concerns over the presence of militants in the camp on the Jordanian-Syrian border, home to tens of thousands of Syrian refugees, ...


Ahmadi Persecution, A Global Issue

The killing last year of a Glasgow shopkeeper highlighted divisions around this Islamic sect, and the discrimination it faces acro...