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Islamic State’s India Dilemma
August 26, 2020

Islamic State’s India Dilemma

By Abdul Basit and Mohammed Sinan Siyech
What does the Nangarhar jailbreak tell us about the terror group’s recruitment in India?

The Islamic State Remains Alive in Afghanistan
April 27, 2020

The Islamic State Remains Alive in Afghanistan

By Agnieszka Pikulicka-Wilczewska
In early April, Afghan forces captured the latest head of ISKP -- but will it matter?
The Islamic State’s Increasing Focus on India
March 30, 2020

The Islamic State’s Increasing Focus on India

By Saurav Sarkar
Amid religious polarization in India, Islamic State is renewing efforts to expand its presence in the country.

Afghan Officials Say 25 Killed in Kabul Attack on Sikhs
March 25, 2020

Afghan Officials Say 25 Killed in Kabul Attack on Sikhs

By Associated Press
The Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the attack.

Islamic State’s Lingering Legacy in Afghanistan 
February 05, 2020

Islamic State’s Lingering Legacy in Afghanistan 

By Giuliano Battiston
“The defeat of Daesh is definitive,” says a district governor. But the group’s impact is still being felt on the ground.

Death of a Caliph: The Islamic State in Khorasan Province After al-Baghdadi
November 13, 2019

Death of a Caliph: The Islamic State in Khorasan Province After al-Baghdadi

By Saurav Sarkar
ISKP continues to pose a real threat to Afghanistan, despite al-Baghdadi’s death.

The Peculiar Presence of the Islamic State in Kunar
May 14, 2019

The Peculiar Presence of the Islamic State in Kunar

By Franz J. Marty
An opaque offshoot of the self-declared Islamic State in one Afghan province displaced thousands of civilians.
Islamic State: The Torment of Afghanistan’s Shiites
September 25, 2018

Islamic State: The Torment of Afghanistan’s Shiites

By Ezzatullah Mehrdad
Repeated ISIS attacks are pushing Afghan Shiites “into a dark hole.”

Suicide Bomber Attacks Gathering of Afghan Clerics Which Had Just Denounced Suicide Bombings
June 05, 2018

Suicide Bomber Attacks Gathering of Afghan Clerics Which Had Just Denounced Suicide Bombings

By Catherine Putz
The gathering of about 2,000 Muslim scholars and clerics had endorsed a fatwa against the war, calling suicide bombings a sin.

The Trump Administration’s New Afghan Problem: The Islamic State
April 03, 2018

The Trump Administration’s New Afghan Problem: The Islamic State

By Sudha Ratan
The Islamic State’s South Asia branch complicates regional efforts to move Afghanistan toward peace.

Kabul Process Falters as Taliban Support Rises
June 10, 2017

Kabul Process Falters as Taliban Support Rises

By Bismellah Alizada
Complex geopolitical rivalries make it unlikely that the Kabul Process will bring peace to Afghanistan.
Is Pakistan Ready to Counter ISIS?
February 15, 2017

Is Pakistan Ready to Counter ISIS?

By Hammal Kashani
Pakistan's government has been slow to react to the presence of ISIS.

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