Aid experts fear the Trump administration’s focus on Christians and other religious minorities could do more harm than good.
Despite its defeat on the battlefield, the Islamic State is using Iraq’s black market to stockpile millions of dollars to fuel its coming insurgency.
Chechen strongman Ramzan Kadyrov says he wants to rescue orphans. But what’s really behind his humanitarian campaign?
Egypt’s brute-force approach to counterterrorism isn’t working in Sinai.
ISIS is looking to regroup, and is setting its sights eastward.
Why the United States can’t be complacent about undermining the remnants of the terrorist group.
While some arguments for the decline of the state are insightful and important, none of them have stuck.
Several years after pulling back, American troops will head outside the wire to battle the Taliban and turn up the air war.
But talk of Guantánamo, “extreme vetting,” and ending the Diversity Immigrant Visa Program is just a distraction from the real threat.
Are you a Syrian rebel in need of U.S.-manufactured assault rifles, or even a tank? You can buy it on Telegram.
And Western countries need a plan to defuse the threat they pose.
The war against the Islamic State concealed the Kurds' political and economic weaknesses. The loss of Kirkuk has made them impossible to ignore.
Now they fear restrictions on their mission.