Mar 20, 2023

Who is behind the killings of Kashmiri militants in Pakistan?

By Anonymous

It is important for Pakistani and Indian leaders to engage again. Without lines of communication, militant groups may take actions that could lead to increased instability in South Asia.

Extremism India

In the News

Feb 21, 2023

Warrick in Estonian Free Press on Drone Stikes in Iran

By Atlantic Council

On January 30, FD Nonresident Senior Fellow Thomas Warrick offered his expert opinion on the recent drones strikes in Iran conducted by Israel. Warrick argues Israel’s use of quadcopter drones in the strike not only left the Iranian regime humbled militarily and technologically, but also sent a strong reminder to the United States and the […]

Conflict Extremism

In the News

Feb 1, 2023

Dahl in Svenska Dagbladet on lessons Sweden can learn from Denmark (in Swedish)

On February 1, TSI NRSF Ann-Sofie Dahl wrote an op-ed in Svenska Dagbladet arguing that there are lessons that Sweden could learn from Denmark and its past Muhammed cartoon controversy (in Swedish).

Europe & Eurasia Extremism

New Atlanticist

Jan 31, 2023

Escalating violence and right-wing provocations are threatening Netanyahu’s Abraham Accords agenda

By Alissa Pavia

If Israel's prime minister wants to normalize relations with Saudi Arabia and other Arab nations, he will have to find a way to end the bloodshed—and keep a lid on his far-right ministers.

Extremism Israel


Jan 24, 2023

Putin is facing defeat in the information war

By Peter Dickinson

Russia's entire invasion of Ukraine has been built on a web of deceit but Putin is now facing defeat in the information war as the gap between the Kremlin's alternative reality and the real world becomes too big to bridge.

Conflict Disinformation

New Atlanticist

Jan 20, 2023

Russian War Report: Wagner Group fights French ‘zombies’ in cartoon propaganda

By Digital Forensic Research Lab

Plus, more on Wagner's power struggles with the Russian defense ministry and Russia's apparent use of incendiary munitions in Kherson.

Belarus Conflict


Dec 14, 2022

Vladimir Putin’s failing invasion is fueling the rise of Russia’s far right

By Stanislav Shalunov

As Vladimir Putin's disastrous invasion continues to unravel, battlefield defeats in Ukraine are having a radicalizing effect on Russian domestic audiences and fueling the rise of the country's ultra-nationalist far right.

Conflict Disinformation

In the News

Dec 8, 2022

Nawaz quoted in Dawn: US to tighten noose around TTP, IS-K: State Dept

By Atlantic Council

Extremism Pakistan


Dec 6, 2022

Russia must stop being an empire if it wishes to prosper as a nation

By Taras Kuzio

Post-Soviet Russia never shed the imperial identity inherited from the Soviet and Czarist past but Putin's disastrous invasion of Ukraine could now set the stage for the emergence of a post-imperial Russian identity.

Central Asia Conflict


Dec 1, 2022

Vladimir Putin’s Ukrainian Genocide: Nobody can claim they did not know

By Peter Dickinson

The overwhelming evidence of Russian war crimes in Ukraine together with the openly genocidal intent on display in Moscow mean nobody claim they did not know about Putin's Ukrainian Genocide, writes Peter Dickinson.

Conflict Disinformation