GWU publishes a report on American jihadists fighting abroad.
Tagged: Islamic State
IS and Boko Haram have a new currency to fund terrorism: the human body.
Terrorists on Telegram: new report by the Counter Extremism Project
New analysis of terrorists in the West – 73% are citizens of the country they attack.
Defeating Ideologically Inspired Violent Extremism: A Bipartisan Approach for the Trump Administration
New report outlines bipartisan approach to defeating violent extremism
Committee on Homeland Security releases March Terror Threat Assessment
Radicalization to Islamist violence across America: Not Just the Caliphate
As the Iraqi Government Forces continue to advance on Mosul, it appears a major Iraqi city may be freed from two years of captivity. The battle is far from over, but taking Mosul will be a serious blow to the Islamic State’s brand. Though advantageous, it is also imperative to...
During its rise to power, the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) excelled at fundraising. The ability to control vast territories and generate revenue flows from diverse sources allowed it to become the most well funded terrorist organization in history. Even with recent significant losses in territory, including an...
A new background report from the National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism (START) at the University of Maryland provides a detailed breakdown of the history of attacks by ISIL predecessors, affiliates, and inspired persons. The Islamic State has gathered an international following, with affiliate groups popping...