Western governments are better at stopping the Islamic State's recruitment of homegrown terrorists than they realize.
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Content policies are driving terrorists onto encrypted apps. This makes their content less accessible to both recruits and law-enforcement agencies.
The United States needs to take the politics of the periphery more seriously if it wants to address radicalization abroad.
Until the U.K. gets better at prosecuting terrorists, revoking the citizenship of Brits who joined the Islamic State might be the best policy.
Fitna, a Failed Coup and a Squandered Opportunity to Undermine the Islamic State’s ‘Intangible Power’
There may have been a coup attempt within the Islamic State in September 2018. Why aren’t people hearing more about it?
In January and February, several defendants were charged, were sentenced, or pleaded in cases involving international terrorism charges.
The Islamic State staked a claim based on territorial governance. What is it without the caliphate?
The U.S. military is relying more and more on partner operations, but what happens when they end?
Soulay Noah Su’s alleged capture raises complicated questions for how the U.S. government should best process underage foreign fighters.