The Islamic State (IS) may not occupy as much contiguous territory as it once did, but that has not diminished its resolve to spread global terror. Emily Mullin examines how the jihadist group is exploiting COVID-19 to gain respite, and what this means for NATO operations in the Middle East.
Listen to Sha Lalapet interview Neil Hauer about the geopolitics of the ongoing Syrian conflict and what we can expect in the coming months
In two separate Fox News interviews several hours after the terrorist attack in Nice on July 14, 2016 , both presumptive candidates for the U.S. presidency suggested a mobilization of NATO in the war against ISIS. Zhikica Pagovski explores the Nice Attack can justify for action to be taken under NATO’s Article 5.
Michael Kang looks at the financing methods of terrorist groups like Abu Sayyaf and their links to organized crime.
Aishwarya Sahai and Corinne Stancescu examine the global threats that affect Canada as an introduction to Canada’s Defence Perspectives 2020-2050: Recapitalization and the Canadian Forces.
Eric Morse and Stéfanie von Hlatky explain how ISIS has transformed our common understanding of borders, sovereignty and the international system in just a couple of years.
In Part I of this exclusive interview, Dr. Taras Kuzio talks about what the Paris attacks, Minsk II, and Russia’s intervention in Syria mean for Ukraine, as well as NATO’s involvement in the Ukraine conflict.
Russian activities in Ukraine and Syria share similar motivating factors. Sandy Vingoe examines Russia’s global strategy of aggressively countering threats to Russia’s political buffer states.
Corinne Stancescu examines the process of radicalization and homegrown terrorism in the aftermath of the Paris terrorist attacks this past weekend.
Kelly Rahardja considers the recent events in Paris and how they will affect Western involvement in the Ukraine war.