The Islamic State and its supporters can skirt content regulations with media that doesn't explicitly advocate terrorism. Is there more that can be done?
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Charlie Winter takes an inside look at how the Islamic State approaches its propaganda strategy.
Charlie Winters explores the Islamic State's propaganada efforts within its own terroritory – which often takes place offline and is accompanied by increasingly strict Internet censorship policies.
Last week at Just Security, Adam Jacobson took issue with our analysis of Guantanamo's role in jihadist propaganda. Ironically, Jacobson's rejoinder only underscores our point: Indeed, in his piece, Jacobson spills more ink over Guantanamo than al Qaeda and its affiliates have in years.