Jordan’s thoughts on the Battle for Mosul
Internal and external repercussions of the battle for Mosul and the impact on Jordan's security landscape.
Many believe the battle for Mosul will have a direct impact not only on ISIS, but also its relationship with other groups in the region
Implementation of Military Conscription in the Gulf
Examining the motives and challenges behind implementing military conscription in the GCC states.
Why sectarian terror is spreading in the Arab world
Over the past two decades, the region has seen a steep escalation in sectarian violence by terrorist organizations.
The recent message by Al-Qaeda's leader, strongly attacking ISIS' leader, marks a new escalating rivalry between the two groups.
The Ambassador of Iraq to the United Arab Emirates Dr. Raad Mohammed Al-Alusi visited FARAS headquarters.
The relation between the escalating ISIS' operations in Deir ez-Zor, and the recent field developments in both Syria and Iraq.
The use of water resources as a tool in conflict has become increasingly notable in Arab civil conflicts.
The US-Iraqi plan to wage war on the self-proclaimed Islamic State (ISIS) in Mosul has driven ISIS militants towards Syria.
Several questions have been raised about where would the new ISIS' capital be, in case Raqqa and Mosul were fully liberated from ISIS.
Marcel De Souza, Chairman of the ECOWAS cited fears of "exodus of terrorist" from the Iraqi city of Mosul to the city of Kidal in Mali.
The Iraqi Kurdistan Region's independence has sparked fresh debate after moves made by various Kurdish groups recently.
ISIS’ recent movements on the ground in both Syria and Iraq indicate a significant transitory development in the organization’s path.
ISIS other priorities now include efforts to sustain its ideology that may recede due to ongoing military operations.
Parties involved in the Syrian conflict and the war on ISIS are making early preparations for the aftermath of the battles for Mosul.