Rina Bassist analyzes the shift in French foreign policy in Africa under new President Emmanuel Macron.
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Gilad Shiloach analyzes the ISIS presence in Afghanistan.
Hay Eytan Cohen Yanarocak discusses Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan's use of grandiose building projects as a means of emulating Turkey’s founder, Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, and for laying the groundwork for future political alliances.
The Demise of Islamism in Egypt? - The Dissolution of al-Gamaʿa al-Islamiyya’s "Building and Development" Party
MDC Researcher Michael Barak examines the consequences of Egypt's decision to dissolve the "Building and Development" Party, the political wing of al-Gamaʿa al-Islamiyya.
Head of Kurdish Studies Prof. Ofra Bengio writes for the BESA Center.
ISIS may have a new competitor in the Sinai Peninsula.
ISIS's famed propaganda machine will never be the same. In the inaugural issue of the MDC's new weekly, "Jihadiscope," Gilad Shiloach explains why.
Ariel Koch examines the Taliban's social media efforts.
Raz Zimmt follows the online discourse of Iranian reformists trying to stir public opposition to the political oppression of activists against the regime in light of the new restrictions on former Iranian President Mohammad Khatami.
Adam Hoffman analyzes the recent show of mass-surrender among ISIS combatants, as seen in Hawija and al-Raqqah, and how images of the defeat serve efforts against the organization.