by Richard Sindelar The Islamic State hasn’t been defeated. The most horrendous of terror organizations is not going anywhere, not for quite a while. The much-trumpeted fall of the Islamic State’s last town, Baghuz, in Syria is irrelevant in terms… Continue Reading →
by Shireen T. Hunter The victory of the electoral list supported by Muqtada al-Sadr called Sairoon has led to speculation about the future orientation of Iraq in regard to its regional and international ties. The early verdict pronounced by Arab… Continue Reading →
by Paul R. Pillar The latest attempt at reconciliation between the competing Palestinian parties Fatah and Hamas has produced a preliminary agreement that Egypt brokered and that was announced earlier this month. Movement on this subject at this time is… Continue Reading →
by Ronit Marzan On October 21 of this year, Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) leader Ramadan Shalah gave a speech marking 29 years since the movement’s founding. Shalah’s speech largely resembled those he has given in the past, but the historical… Continue Reading →
by Mitchell Plitnick The city of Reykjavík, Iceland’s capital, modified its position today on a boycott of Israel, deciding instead only to boycott products from the Occupied Territories.