Family Martyrdom: Examining Suicide Terrorism Trends in Southeast Asia
By Kenneth Yeo Yaoren
Indonesia’s recent Makassar Church bombing by two newly wedded couples highlights the continued trend of family suicide bombings in the region.
Afghan Officials Say 34 Killed in Separate Suicide Bombings
By Associated Press
The attacks were just the latest to have taken place since the beginning of peace talks in September
Suicide Bombing: Is this the End of Filipino ‘Warrior Culture’?
By Kenneth Yeo
On June 28, the Philippines was hit by its third suicide bombing. Will such tactics finally take root in the Philippines?
Massive Blast in Kabul Kills 30, Injures Hundreds
By Catherine Putz
The difference between public accounts and the fiction the Taliban claims is astounding.
35 Killed in ISIS' First Claimed Suicide Bombing in Afghanistan
By Ankit Panda
The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) carried out its first major attack on Afghan soil.
A Point of No Return for the U.S.-Afghan Relationship?
Afghan President Hamid Karzai has accused the U.S. of working with the Taliban. A diplomatic tailspin ensues.