There are overlaps, even between jihadists and nationalists as both emerged from a sense of the necessity of violence to produce political change.
You should fight against ISIS the way governments fought against Marxist rebels: by designing a counter-revolutionary counterinsurgency.
One of the most well known of Shakespeare’s characters, Hamlet, is persecuted by a taunting indecisiveness, similar to that which world’s leaders are faced with when it comes to making a decision about Libya.
The attacks in Brussels on March 22nd were almost inevitable. They came as a stark reminder as to how difficult stopping such incidents is.
From Great Britain to the Black Sea, Russia is waging a constant, unceasing information war against virtually every European government.
Are there any lessons learned in 2015 we should follow in 2016 to better address the ISIS threat?
General John Campbell talks about the ISIS threat, what the Taliban’s victory in Kunduz means and what the future holds for troops in Afghanistan.
Slovak security analysts explain whether Slovakia should be “afraid” of emerging threats.
The current political situation in Europe is extremely fragile. On the one hand, there is Russia pursuing its divide and rule policy in the EU. On the other hand, there is ISIS playing its anti-western games as well.
An interview with William McCants the author of a just realeased bookThe ISIS Apocalypse: The History, Strategy and Doomsday Vision of the Islamic State
We have to realise that the Islamic State (ISIL) has taken root, says UN Special representative for Iraq Ján Kubišat a Globsec conference in Bratislava.
Deputy Chief of Staff for Communication at the NATO Resolute Support mission in Afghanistan, BG Wilson Shoffner,talks about the ISIL danger, explains the current NATO mission and gives us some insight about the future of NATO in Afghanistan.
After the triple attacks in Tunisia, Kuwait and France, should we expect more attacks from ISIS?