July 31, 2019

The Dilemma of the Return of ISIS Foreign Fighters

With the facilitation of global communication and travels, foreign fighter involvement in conflicts has been steadily rising, notably with the conflicts in Afghanistan, Bosnia, Chechnya, Iraq, […]
March 19, 2019

Latin America: A Key Part of Hezbollah’s Global Network

Introduction ”The resistance support association must significantly energize its activities. It must provide an opportunity for jihad by money. The sanctions are a form of war… […]
March 6, 2019

Revival of the Lebanese Shiite Community and Hezbollah’s Beginnings (1982-1990)

For the past few years, Hezbollah has accumulated a wide range of power and influence in many regions of the Middle East, particularly in Lebanon, the […]
December 5, 2018

ISIS and the Nexus between Media and Powers

The past two years have seen a gradual erasure of the Islamic State in Syria and Iraq (ISIS) from the territories it once controlled. The defeat […]
August 16, 2017

Paris Agreement: A Shift towards Peaceful Settlement in Libya?

By Jimmy Mattar & Elie Ziadeh The conflict in Libya has been raging on since the revolution against Qaddafi took place, and until now, there is […]
June 7, 2017

What Comes After ISIS?

With the recurring territorial losses that ISIS has endured during the past months, the decrease in financial income, plunge of foreign fighter flow, and the upcoming […]
May 24, 2016

A New and Improved Version: Ennahda Tunisia’s “Muslim Democrats”

May 5, 2016

Rising above Religion and Ideology: Iran and Al Qaeda’s On/Off Tactical Cooperation

February 15, 2016

Can the Islamic State Unite Libya’s Dawn and Dignity?

November 26, 2015

Jordan’s Islamists within the Dangerous Game of the King