Iraq’s Downward Spiral: A Boon to ISIS

Ever since ISIS captured Mosul in June 2014, political and military leaders in Iraq and the United States have regarded the liberation of Iraq’s second-largest city as a sine qua non for rolling back the caliphate. The campaign against ISIS has made progress on many fronts, but predictions...

The Brussels Attacks: Years in the Making

When ISIS suicide bombers attacked Zaventem airport and the Maelbeek metro station on 22 March, a sense of horror descended on the city that is not just our home but the European heart of what our organization does: fight extremism.

The Huffington Post: ISIS’s Dangerous Arsenal: Exposed

CEP Research Analyst Marielle Harris details in this blog the sophisticated weaponry in the possession of ISIS, including anti-aircraft missiles, chemical weapons, and programmable driverless car bombs. Harris says no one should doubt ISIS’s ability and willingness to...

The Emerging ISIS Front in Bangladesh

While the Bangladeshi government continues to deny the presence of ISIS within its borders, increased violence against religious minorities and foreigners attributed to pro-ISIS militants has many asking if Islamist militancy is on the rise in that country. 

The murder of a Hindu...