The recent agreement between leaders of ISIS and Hay'at Tahrir al-Sham came as a surprising step.
The debate on the role of media in countering terrorism is widening, as some argue that ISIS has benefited from media coverage.
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 Harakat al-Shabaab al-Mujahideen has recently escalated their attacks, after the election of Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed.
On April 13, 2017, the US military dropped a non-nuclear bomb MOAB on a system of tunnels and caves used by ISIS-K, or ISIS Khursanan.
The Iraqi Kurdistan Region's independence has sparked fresh debate after moves made by various Kurdish groups recently.
The Afghan Taliban movement has resorted once again to carrying out high-profile terrorist attacks.
ISIS’ recent movements on the ground in both Syria and Iraq indicate a significant transitory development in the organization’s path.
Regular armies, parallel militias and hybrid groups are pursuing a new strategy in conflict zones in the Arab region.
How the British Policies towards Islamists Backfired?
The Manchester attack reflects escalating terrorist threats, despite that UK has been sympathetic towards radical Islamic Groups.
ISIS other priorities now include efforts to sustain its ideology that may recede due to ongoing military operations.
FARAS discusses Terrorism Trends in Europe
The Security Studies Program at FARAS held a workshop discussing foreign fighter returnees and the future of terrorism in Europe.
Actors in the US-led Global Coalition to Counter ISIS are now playing new roles in the theatre of operations in Raqqa.