The Trump administration is turning up the heat on the ayatollahs.
Toward a truce with the Taliban;
Malaysia cracks down on anti-Islam sentiment;
ISIS thrives in the Philippines;
What should be done with ISIS children?;
Kyrgyzstan gets serious about online radicalization;
Pakistan belatedly moves against banned groups
Iran’s leaders are more convinced than ever that relief from the Trump administration’s policies could be right around the corner with 2020 Democrats.
Over the past decade, Morocco's extensive efforts to promote its brand of tolerant Islam as an antidote to the extremism of ISIS and other Islamic radicals has put the kingdom on the intellectual front lines of the "war of ideas" in the Muslim world. Less well known, however, are the country's domestic efforts to mitigate its own internal Islamist problem.
What is to be done with ISIS returnees? America's allies and partners have grappled with this question for more than a year now, ever since the Islamic State's self-declared caliphate in Iraq and Syria began to crumble. But the issue has become more acute in recent days as a result of American policy.