TERRORISM

The Endgame in Afghanistan: Darker Clouds Gather

The coming weeks will define Afghanistan for many years to come.

Butterfly Effect: It's Time to Wake Up to Nigeria's Nightmare

Africa's biggest economy and most populous nation is on the cusp of imploding under multiple security threats.

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly Reality of Afghanistan

The Taliban are strong and well-armed, the elected government is weak, corruption is rife, and government security forces are struggling.

Butterfly Effect: Pandemic Shrouds Terrorist Activities

Terrorists are finding new strength in a climate when the world's attention and resources are focused elsewhere.

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Real Talk, Real Change

Compelling conversations on race to meet the moment.

Erdogan Pitches Himself as Muslim World’s New Leader

The Turkish leader wants to supplant Saudi Arabia as the so-called leader of the Islamic world.

Is Kashmir’s Militancy Dead?

A year after ending Kashmir’s semiautonomous status, India appears to be winning the battle against militancy.

Is This the Most Dangerous Man in the Central African Republic?

Local warlord Ali Darassa has been given legitimacy by the government — but is still up to no good, with an election looming.

The Unlikely Virus Fighters: Islamic Militias

The pandemic has given them a chance to build credibility — as public health warriors.

Can Old Ghosts Help Burkina Faso Contain Trouble in the Sahel?

In Africa’s Sahel region, a plan to use vigilantes against Islamist insurgents threatens to revive old ghosts rather than banish new ones.

Mozambique's Islamic Insurgency Spooks Global Gas Industry

The world's biggest gas firms want a piece of the East African nation, which boasts the world's largest offshore gas field.

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The Food That Built America

The Food that Built America tells the unbelievable true stories behind the industry titans like Henry Heinz, Milton Hershey, the Kellogg brothers and Ray Kroc, who revolutionized food, and transformed American life and culture forever in the process.

'Flashback' Lecture Notes: How Henry Ford Inspired the Oklahoma City Bombing

This week on the hit podcast “Flashback”: the mass production of hate … and its disastrous consequences.

Butterfly Effect: South Korea Isn’t the Model We Need Against the Virus

South Korea is held up as the model for success against the coronavirus.

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