The threat of small-scale attacks by individuals inspired by the so-called Islamic State is greater than that of cell-based operatives with at least some degree of training.
As the U.S. and coalition partners’ military campaign to defeat the so-called Islamic State winds down in places ridden by conflict, the enormity of the task ahead is revealing itself.
The January 20, 2018, attack on the Intercontinental Hotel in Kabul highlights how precarious the security situation in Afghanistan remains.
On January 19 at Johns Hopkins University, Secretary of Defense James Mattis spoke about the new National Defense Strategy (NDS). Calling for an end to military funding via continuing resolutions and budgetary sequestration...
Turkey began conducting artillery strikes on the border town of Afrin on January 19, a move that Turkish Defense Minister Nurettin Canikli said was the ‘de facto start’ of an invasion.