The militant group's rise is leaving a trail of destruction across Nigeria's northeast.
- By Reid StandishReid Standish is an Editorial Researcher at Foreign Policy. A native of British Columbia, he holds a BA in international studies from Simon Fraser University and an MA from the University of Glasgow. He has lived in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, and Ukraine, where he reported on drug trafficking, environmental degradation, and the Eurasian Union.
Siobhán O'GradySiobhán O'Grady is a fellow at Foreign Policy. She joined FP from the Houston Chronicle's Washington, D.C. bureau, where she reported on border security, drug cartels, prison reform, and all things Ted Cruz. A Boston native, she holds a dual degree in political science and French from Dickinson College and has lived in Morocco and Cameroon. Her work has appeared on WBUR and in the Houston Chronicle, the San Antonio Express, and the San Francisco Chronicle, among others. | Passport |
Ian Bremmer<p> Ian Bremmer is president of Eurasia Group and author of the newly released Every Nation for Itself: Winners and Losers in a G-Zero World. </p> | The Call |