NEWS & ANALYSIS

His New Jihad

One of the Bali bombers has turned against jihadism. Now he's helping the police in a controversial counterterrorism strategy and trying to steer others away from extremism.

More of the Same, Only Different, After Putin Leaves

An economic boom amid creeping authoritarianism only adds to the uncertainty of Russia after Putin.

Blackwater USA Banned from Iraq

Firefight in Baghdad leaves eight bystanders dead.

Let Afghanistan's Heroin Be?

Curbing heroin production in Afghanistan could lead to worse problems.

The Five Urban Legends of Terrorism

Why counterterrorism officials should look north of our border and not south.

Russia's "Dad of All Bombs"

Another example of Russia's push to rebuild its military might.

Al Qaeda's Most Wanted Operatives

Foreign Policy lists the organization's six top operatives still at large.

Huge Earthquake off Sumatra Stokes Tsunami Fears

Coastal inhabitants fear a tsunami similar to 2004.

U.S. Surveillance Uncovered German Jihadists' Plot

U.S. head of intelligence confirms FISA helped U.S.uncover plot to attack American interests in Germany.

Turkey Says Significant Bombing Averted

The BBC News reports that "Sniffer dogs detected a van stuffed with explosives in the centre of the city, preventing a 'possible catastrophe,' Governor Kemal Onal said."
 




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