The children indoctrinated by ISIS are returning home. How should governments respond?
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Attack in Egypt, U.S. and Turkey Spar over Trial and Arming Kurds, Saudi Arabia Tempers Its Power Play
Islamic State militants kill hundreds at an Egyptian mosque, U.S. policy in eastern Syria in flux amid spat with Turkey, and the state of Saudi Arabia’s shake-up.
The Islamic State's foreign fighters are leaving Iraq and Syria, but they're not always going home. Some states are deporting them, and then they disappear.
What should the United States and its partners do now that they've forced ISIS from it's de facto capital?
There are a few legal questions worth considering.
European countries can do more to stop the spate of deadly attacks by terrorists using vans and trucks as weapons.
Kurdish national aspirations in Iraq are collapsing, Trump decertifies the JCPOA but won’t say what he wants to change, and the Islamic State loses its de-facto capital.
Countering violent extremism requires both online and offline approaches. To do this successfully, CVE experts should consider stealing a page from modern marketing.
With the United States lingering and the Islamic State developing its presence, Iran is turning more attention to its eastern neighbor.
Indonesia's proposed amendments to the anti-terrorism law might facilitate more radicalism than they fix.