German newspaper Die Bild discussed the Islamic State's defeat in Kobane and what that means for the terrorist group and the anti-Islamic State coalition with Wladimir van Wilgenburg.
Wladimir van Wilgenburg, an analysis of Kurdish politics for Jamestown, wrote an op-ed explaining that even though the Islamic State has been defeated at Kobane, the fight against the terrorist organization must continue for...
Newsweek discussed the Iraqi Kurds land grab of territory that they have recovered from the Islamic State with Wladimir van Wilgenburg.
Michael Ryan's Hot Issue on Dabiq, the Islamic State's magazine, was cited in a Washington Post article on Sajida Rishawi.
Jacob Zenn discussed the possibility of Uyghur Muslims leaving China to join the Islamic State in Syria and Iraq.
Wladimir van Wilgenburg, an analyst of Kurdish politics for Jamestown, was quoted in an article on Kurdish leaders not being invited to a meeting on how to defeat the Islamic State by the U.S.-led coalition.
Senior Fellow Michael Ryan appeared on "Inside America" on Rudaw TV to discuss why some Muslims living in the West radicalize.
On January 20, Jamestown Fellow and former China Brief editor Peter Mattis wrote an article in The National Interest on recent purges in China's intelligence agency, the Ministry of State Security (MSS), and what it means...
The likelihood of the Islamic State operating a TV station out of Mosul was discussed by Wladimir van Wilgenburg, an analyst of Kurdish affairs for Jamestown.
Michael Ryan discussed why it took so long for al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula to claim responsibility for the Charlie Hebdo attack.
Bild Zeitung, a German tabloid newspaper, quoted Wladimir van Wilgenburg on the recent public executions in Mosul by the Islamic State.
On January 16, Jamestown Fellow Peter Mattis was quoted by the Wall Street Journal about the purge of a senior Chinese intelligence official.
Bruce Hoffman discussed al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula's (AQAP) role in the Charlie Hebdo attack with NPR's All Things Considered.
Jacob Zenn discussed Boko Haram's adoption of some of the Islamic State's tactics and messaging with the Washington Times.
Wladimir van Wilgenburg, an analyst of Kurdish affairs for Jamestown, discussed the impact of U.S. and coalition airstrikes on the Kurdish defense of Kobane with AP.
Time discussed Boko Haram's attacks in the context of Nigeria's upcoming presidential elections with Jacob Zenn.
Jacob Zenn, an African affairs analyst for Jamestown, discussed the increasingly important role that women have played in Boko Haram's attacks in Nigeria with Vice News.
Jamestown Fellow and previous editor of China Brief Peter Mattis wrote an article in The National Interest on January 6 covering China's civil-military relations: "China's Military Is NOT Going Rogue."
Jacob Zenn, an African affairs analyst for Jamestown, discussed Boko Haram's attempts to govern the territory under the militant group's control with the Wall Street Journal.
Wladimir van Wilgenburg discussed Kurdish politics and the fight against the Islamic State for Middle East Eye.
Jacob Zenn, an African affairs analyst, discussed Boko Haram's use of female suicide bombers in recent attacks in Nigeria with Voice of America.
On December 7, Jamestown Senior Fellow Willy Lam wrote an op-ed for the Nikkei Asian Review about former Chinese politician Zhou Yongkang's downfall due to corruption charges.
Jacob Zenn discussed Boko Haram's use of female suicide bombers and compared the Nigerian group to the Islamic State for the International Business Times.
Jacob Zenn discussed Boko Haram's adoption of Islamic State tactics and rhetoric for NBC News.
Jacob Zenn wrote on how Nigerian terrorist organization Boko Haram recruits and finances their operations in the Nigerian Tribune.