Jamestown Fellow and previous editor of China Brief Peter Mattis wrote “China's Military Intelligence System Is Changing" for War on the Rocks on December 29th.
Jamestown Fellow Jacob Zenn was quoted by the AFP on the possibility of improving relations between Boko Haram (a.k.a. Islamic State West Africa Province) and Islamic State provinces in Libya in the coming year.
Jamestown Senior Fellow Michael Ryan recently had his case study on ISIS: The Terrorist Group That Would Be a State published by the Naval War College's Center on Irregular Warfare and Armed Groups.
Sweden's Expressen newspaper discussed Russia's accusation that Turkey is buying oil from the Islamic State with Jamestown analyst with Wladimir van Wilgenburg.
Wladimir van Wilgenburg, a Jamestown analyst of Kurdish political affairs, was quoted in a Business Insider article on Russia accusing Turkey of buying oil from the Islamic State.
Jamestown's President Glen E. Howard was interviewed by Lithuanian news service Delfi regarding the Russian threat to the Baltics.
Associate Fellow Nicholas Heras' article on ethnic Turkmen in Syria was cited in a Bloomberg article on a Russian jet that was shot down by Turkey but landed in Syrian territory held by the Turkmen.
Jamestown President Glen Howard recently spoke on frozen conflicts in the post-Soviet space at a conference in Minsk, Belarus. He also commented on Belarus' geopolitical importance and potash exports.
Long-time Russia expert Pavel Baev was interviewed by CNN, on October 15, regarding Russian's air campaign over Syria.
Animesh Roul's recent article on the Islamic State's expansion into Bangladesh was cited by al-Jazeera in an article on the recent shooting of an Italian aid worker in Dhaka.
Animesh Roul, a longtime Jamestown contributor, was interviewed by One India about his recent article in Terrorism Monitor on the threat of the Islamic State toward India.
VICE News talked to Nicholas Heras, an associate fellow at Jamestown, about the Islamic State's success in existing for over a year in the face of coalition airstrikes and what the group might do next.
Nicholas Heras discussed the Syrian government's strategy of siege warfare followed by the offer to stop hostilities and reintegrate into loyalist forces with The Arab Weekly.
Jacob Zenn discussed the importance of Central Asian fighters to both the Islamic State's and Jabhat al-Nusra's battles in Syria with Metin Gurcan and Al-Monitor.
The AP cited Jacob Zenn's recent report on a number of Boko Haram fighters fighting with the Islamic State's branch in Libya.
Jamestown Foundation President Glen E. Howard was interviewed on August 23, 2015, by the Daily Beast about Russian counterterrorism efforts and coordination between the FSB and FBI.
Long-time Russia expert and Jamestown analyst Pavel K. Baev was quoted in an August 18 article of Politico regarding the state of Russia's military reforms, industry and capabilities.
Jamestown Fellow and previous editor of China Brief Peter Mattis wrote a “Guide to Chinese Intelligence Operations” in War on the Rocks on August 18th
Wladimir van Wilgenburg, an analyst of Kurdish affairs for Jamestown, discussed the Islamic State's recruitment among Kurdish youth with The Irish Times.
Longtime expert on Eurasia and regular contributor to EDM Paul Goble appeared on RFE/RL's weekly "The Power Vertical" podcast, on Friday, August 7, to discuss the internal fragility of the Russian Federation.
Michael Ryan discussed the former Iraqi Baathist leaders who are now high-ranking commanders of the Islamic State with the AP.
CNN cited Abubakar Siddique's February 2014 article The Quetta Shura: Understanding the Afghan Taliban's Leadership in their article on Mullah Omar's death and his successor Akhtar Muhammad Mansour.
Business Insider discussed Turkish strategy against the Islamic State and against Kurdish groups with Wladimir van Wilgenburg, an analyst of Kurdish politics for Jamestown.
Wladimir van Wilgenburg discussed Turkey's shift in the anti-Islamic State campaign to include strikes against Kurdish forces and the response that may come from Kurdish groups, such as the PKK, with al-Jazeera.
Sputnik quoted Wladimir van Wilgenburg on Turkey's recent decision to let the anti-Islamic State coalition use Incirlik air base while the country targets Kurdish forces.