The group has gone underground. It’s time to think about where it might show up next.
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Designating Russia as a state sponsor of terror would be counterproductive, and on close consideration, reveals the limits of such designations as a tool of U.S. foreign policy.
Although the enduring collapse of the Islamic State is a step forward, the Middle East’s troubles run deep, and new dangers will likely emerge or worsen.
Syria is both a counterterrorism success and failure.
All you need to know about the Second Circuit Court of Appeals decision that vacated a $100 million judgment against Arab Bank.
Background on a Freedom of Information Act request to obtain better data on terrorism prosecutions, including cases of domestic terrorism.
Distinguishing between U.S.-born and foreign-born citizens goes against past law and policy. There’s no reason for a change.
The Justice Department-Homeland Security report on foreign-born individuals and terrorism is deeply flawed—and it still doesn’t support the president’s statements about it.