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Jonathan Rashad

The Rise and Fall of Political Islam in Egypt

  • Nigerians protesting

    John Price, former U.S. Ambassador, on Boko Haram’s Growth in Africa

  • A young girl in a Yemeni refugee camp. Paul Stephens/IRIN

    Why Yemen’s Fight against Al-Qaeda is about Survival

  • The New York Times

    Despite its Detractors, the film, ‘The Rise of al-Qaeda’ has its Many Supporters

  • Devastation at Binta Suga market, in Maidiguri, northern Nigeria in March. Deji Yake/EPA

    Boko Haram, the Terror Group that Kidnapped 200 Schoolgirls

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    Plausible Alternative Explanations for the Disappearance of MH370

  • Somalia's President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud pictured here in Mogadishu. David Mutua/UN

    Somalia: Searching for Unity in a Fragmented Country

  • Following heavy fighting in the Yarmouk refugee camp in Damascus, Palestinian refugees line up to receive food aid from UN workers. Photo: ONU Brasil

    Syria’s Civil War, Assad and the Palestinians


    Armenian Insecurity and the #SaveKessab Campaign

  • A family uprooted by the violence in Central African Republic living out of a plane at the Bangui International Airport. Photo: S. Phelps

    An Overlooked Crisis in the Central African Republic

  • A Baloch fighter in Balochistan

    Iranian Balochi Extremist Groups are Silent and Lack Unity

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    Iran and Pakistan – It’s Complicated

  • Israeli security forces seen patrolling the border between Egypt and Israel.  Tsafrir Abayov/FLASH90

    In Spite of Turmoil, Egypt and Israel have Maintained Bilateral Relations

  • French troops stationed in Mali

    Mali is in Al Qaeda’s Crosshairs

  • Stand With Us

    Kasims for Qassams: Interview with Kasim Hafeez

  • Tracking Al Qaeda's financing is a complicated process

    What Happened to a Terrorist Corporation?

  • Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaks during a Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing in Washington, on Jan. 23, 2013.  Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg

    Beirut to Benghazi: We Didn’t Learn a Lesson

  • A French soldier aims his rifle during “Operation Sangaris” as shots are fired in the Central African Republic (CAR). Source: The Huffington Post

    France’s Nineteenth-Century Foreign Policy Fails in the Twenty-First Century

  • Predator unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV)

    Revisiting the Use of Drones in Yemen

  • Turkey’s Crisis: More than Meets the Eye

  • Ezzedine Messaoudi examines on June 24, 2013 the crater left by the roadside bomb in Tunisia's Jebel Chaambi region near Algeria. Tunisia. Paul Schemm/AP Photo

    Can Democracy and Islamic Radicalism Coexist in Tunisia?

  • A soldier stands guard on the Thai side of the river as people prepare to cross into Malaysia in Sungai Kolok in southern Narathiwat province, March 8, 2013.  Source: Reuters

    Dim Prospects for Peace in Southern Thailand

  • Anti-Assad rally in Al-Qusayr, Syria.  Source: Freedom House

    Partitioning North Africa and the Middle East Might be the Only Option

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    Review of Maajid Nawaz’s ‘Radical: My Journey Out of Islamist Extremism’

  • Obama to Assad: Weapons Cache must be Verifiable

  • In Kurdish Syria, a Different War

  • Avoiding an Apocalyptic War in Syria

  • President Barrack Obama has pledged to help the Yemeni government capture or kill the embedded AQAP militants and Predator drones are being used daily to seek out its members

    Al Qaeda Still has some Life

  • A Senegalese UN peacekeeper patrols Kidal, Mali. Marco Dormino/UN

    Results for Mali’s First Round Elections

  • Secretary of State John Kerry

    Obama’s Miscues in Egypt

  • The Dangers of Supporting the Free Syrian Army

  • Soldiers gather at a former camp for Islamic extremists near Marti, Nigeria, on Wednesday. Oil-rich Nigeria is threatened by the terrorist group Boko Haram.  Source: The Washington Times

    Nigeria Needs Help not a Kerry Lecture

  • Arab Spring’s Impact on Sub-Saharan Africa

  • Mali's President Dioncounda Traore in Senegal. Source: The Washington Times

    Islamists have struck Timbuktu

  • Sebastiano Tomada/Sipa USA

    Syria’s Multi-Sided Chess Game

  • A French soldier wearing a skeleton mask in Niono, Mali. Source: Huffington Post

    Assessing U.S. Foreign Policy in Mali

  • Malian troops patrolling the northern town of Diabaly, Mali. Nic Bothma/AAP

    Mali was a Breeding Ground for Terrorists before Current Crisis

  • A French military convoy crossing Timbuktu during their military campaign against Islamic insurgents.  Eric Feferberg/AFP/Getty Images

    Canada’s Mali Conundrum

  • Ordinance teams removing explosives from bunkers in Dayniile. The bunkers are remnants of the Siad Barre regime and could pose a risk to civilians. Tobin Jones/UN

    Revisiting the Somali Arms Embargo

  • Implications of the Rise of Radical Muslim Groups in Libya