3 Killed in Philippine Army Attack on Militant Camp in Mindanao
By Sebastian Strangio
The attack was intended to root out 50 fighters belonging to the Dawlah Islamiya group, which was responsible for the 2017 siege of Marawi city.
Are Philippine Militants Looking to Take Advantage of COVID-19?
By Kenneth Yeo
Hints of a united front among Abu Sayyaf Group factions could sorely test a Philippine military already stretched thin by the pandemic.
Duterte’s Year of Sound and Fury
By Ronald D. Holmes and Mark R. Thompson
One year after his inauguration, how is the Philippine president faring?
Martial Law Comes to Mindanao
By Jeoffrey Maitem
Glimpses of the Philippines' offensive against militants in Marawi City.
Criminals With a Cause: The Crime-Terror Nexus in the Southern Philippines
By Rob Attwell
Kidnappings in the region highlight the complex links between poverty, crime, militancy, and terrorist financing.
Philippine Militancy in the Spotlight with Freed Norwegian Hostage
By Luke Hunt
Abu Sayyaf finally releases another captive.