Life After the Caliphate

  • March 15, 2018

Although most of ISIS’s territory has been wrested from its control, the threat posed by this terrorist organization and by competing jihadi actors has not diminished. How will ISIS and others utilize online platforms to continue to sow global terror? What can the authorities do in cyberspace to crack down on online recruiting? And what is the future role of military force against remnants of this deadly group in the Middle East and North Africa? 

For more on “After the Caliphate,” a 2017-8 project FPRI’s Program on the Middle East, click here.

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