Will the Taliban’s Takeover Inspire Central Asian Extremists?
By Umida Hashimova
Central Asian governments seem more sensitive to domestic and regional threats possibly invigorated by the Taliban’s rise to power.
The Deafening Silence of Pakistani Jihadists and Radicals on China's Uyghurs
By Krzysztof Iwanek
The position of radical groups on Xinjiang shows which ones are closer to the establishment.
Indonesia's Hizbut Tahrir Debate Rages on Amid Election Fever
By Erin Cook
Despite a recent decision, the debate about the group shows few signs of ending anytime soon.
Islam and Identity Politics in Indonesia
By Neil Thompson
Rising Islamic conservatism, especially among youths, is a worrying trend for Indonesia.
Pakistan’s Bad Reaction to the BRICS Declaration
By Kunwar Khuldune Shahid
Islamabad’s defensive reaction was more self-damaging than the BRICS’ original statement.
Will Pakistan Part Ways With Its Proxies?
By Daud Khattak
The recent BRICS declaration can be read as a gentle push from China for Pakistan to ditch the Taliban.
Kyrgyzstan's Self-Defeating Conflict With Moderate Islam
By Uran Botobekov
The state's clash with a well-respected Muslim leader will only encourage true radicalization in the country.