Islamic State's Tactical Continuity in Iraq: Will it Lead to Territorial Control?
02 Jul, 2018 · 5488
Pieter-jan Dockx assesses the patterns in the Islamic State's attacks in Iraq and argues that not only has the group retained its territorial ambitions, it is strategically exploiting local socio-political and security circumstances to gain support
Pieter-jan DockxResearcher, Centre for Internal and Regional Security (IReS)
After the fall of the Islamic State's (IS) so-called Caliphate and Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi
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India-Russia: Navigating New Geopolitical Waters
P S Raghavan · 30 Jun, 2017 · 5315
Second 21CPC and Myanmarâ€™s Stuttering Peace Process
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India-Sri Lanka: Reorienting the Relationship?
Husanjot Chahal · 28 Jun, 2017 · 5310