Is Abu Bakar Bashir Really Walking Away From Violent Extremism?
By Bilveer Singh
The former JI leader recently pledged his loyalty to the Indonesian state, but there are reasons to question the sincerity of his conversion.
20 Years After 9/11, Al-Qaida Retains a Deadly Relevance in Malaysia
By J. Fernando and Jasminder Singh
Despite the network's apparent dormancy, Malaysian authorities can't afford to underestimate its potential threat.
What’s Behind the Philippines’ New Strategy for Countering Violent Extremism?
By Prashanth Parameswaran
A closer look at the significance of a new national action plan on violent extremism.
Bombs and Burqas: Muslim Women and Extremism
By Farhat Haq
We're thrown off when women are drawn to religiously motivated violent extremism. We shouldn't be.
The Afghan Government Should Let the Taliban Destroy Itself
By Kambaiz Rafi
The death of Mullah Omar will lead to the slow disintegration of what we once knew as the Taliban.