High-level Kurdish officials shared with us their anxieties over the potential U.S. pullout, which leaves them vulnerable in Syria.
One feature of al Shabaab attacks inside Kenya is using Kenyan citizens to support or actually take part in assaults.
Despite land losses and social media takedowns, violent extremist groups still somehow persist in operating online.
ISIS cadres are still present in both Syria and Iraq and are continuing by U.S. military estimates to entice up to 100 foreigners each month.
Former sex slaves have found telling of captivity so retraumatizing that they decided it was better to stay silent.
Prison leadership and staff should be ready for a multi-faceted process that includes psychology and religious literacy.
The first line of defense has been, and may always be, physically eliminating locations of ISIS media points and arresting those pushing out online content.
In crafting effective counter-messaging tools, one must consider the messenger, the audience and the medium.
The fear of a massive flow of male returnees from the conflict zones in Iraq and Syria did not materialize; instead, it is women hoping to return home.
Videos stimulate much-needed discussions on contentious socio-political issues that often fuel violent extremism.