US Sanctions Leaders of Anti-Pakistan Terrorist Groups
By Associated Press
The State Department added four leaders of TTP and al-Qaida in the Indian Subcontinent to its list of "Specially Designated Global Terrorists."
Will al-Qaida in the Indian Subcontinent Find Support in India?
By Shafi Md Mostofa
The local branch of al-Qaida failed to appeal to Indian Muslims in the past, but it hasn’t given up.
The Taliban and al-Qaeda: Enduring Partnership or Liability?
By Saurav Sarkar
Can the Taliban really be expected to sever all ties with al-Qaeda?
From the Ruins of the Caliphate: Sri Lanka’s Bloody Easter
By Siddharthya Roy and Stephanie Rose Justin
Don't let the Islamic State connection overshadow the local factors that fed into the attack.
South Asia’s 4 Competing Jihads
By Muhammad Nawaz Khan
Islamic State, al-Qaeda, and the Afghan and Pakistani Taliban have differing visions for the region.
Dhaka Attack Part of a Larger Pattern of Terrorism in Bangladesh
By Alexandra Stark
The attack on a cafe in Dhaka was not an aberration -- and that makes it all the more worrying.
Is al-Qaeda Back in Afghanistan?
By Catherine Putz
They never left.
Bandwagoning Terrorists: Loyalty Isn’t What it Used to Be
By Liana Eustacia Reyes and Elizabeth Bennett
The popularity of ISIS shows the fickle nature of jihadist loyalty.
Time for India to Take Down Dawood Ibrahim
By Elizabeth Bennett
Recent reports suggest that the underworld figure with terrorist links is a bigger threat than ever before.
Al-Qaeda Declares War on China, Too
By Zachary Keck
Al-Qaeda has joined the Islamic State in calling for jihad against China for its Uyghur policies.
The Jihadist Popularity Contest
By Schuyler Moore
The battle of ideology and allegiance between Islamic State and al-Qaeda is changing the face of jihad in Asia and the world.
Flesh and Blood: Nation-Building in India
By Roncevert Ganan Almond
‘India can serve as a critical alternative to the exclusive and violent nationalism that currently threatens international peace.’