June 01, 2022
The New Face of the Islamic State in Southeast Asia
By Zam Yusa
What do we know about the man supposedly leading Islamic State’s East Asia branch?
March 21, 2022
The Strategic Patience of Dawlah Islamiyah in Mindanao
By Kenneth Yeo
The rise of a new leader suggests that Islamist militants continue to pose a clear and present security threat in the southern Philippines.
October 30, 2020
Rebuilding Marawi: Too Early for Congratulations
By Gus Miclat
Peace might have returned to Marawi, but the social conditions underpinning the region's radicalization persist.
March 12, 2019
In Mindanao, BARMM Is Only the Beginning
By Mathew Bukit
Establishing the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM) is only the start of the path to peace.
October 25, 2018
A Year After Marawi, What’s Left of ISIS in the Philippines?
By Michael Hart
What became of the ISIS-linked groups in Mindanao after the Marawi siege?
October 02, 2018
Bringing Peace to the Philippines' Troubled South: The Bangsamoro Organic Law
By Fausto Belo Ximenes
Why would the Philippine government want to credibly commit to peace this time around?
February 17, 2018
The Battle of Marawi Is Not Over
By Nina Trige Andersen
A continuing displacement crisis and growing discontent with martial law risk creating yet another conflict.
February 13, 2018
Bangsamoro Peace Process Complicated by Philippine Politics
By Eugene Mark
Despite Duterte’s drams of federalism, the establishment of a Bangsamoro Autonomous Region has stalled.
November 23, 2017
Is Abu Sayyaf Really Defeated?
By Michael Hart
After the siege of Marawi and Isnilon Hapilon’s death, what is left of Abu Sayyaf?
October 29, 2017
Mayhem in Marawi
By Zachary Abuza
Is the Philippines up to the task of handling the latest wave of Islamist terrorism?
August 31, 2017
Marawi: Behind the Headlines
By Rory MacNeil
How did Marawi become the center of a crisis and what needs to be done next?
August 09, 2017
A Trial Balloon Over Mindanao: The Philippines Weighs US UCAVs in Counterinsurgency
By Blanchard E. Neuman
Would U.S. unmanned combat aerial vehicles change the game in Mindanao counterinsurgency?
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