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Al Qaeda Spinoffs Rise from Syrian Ashes

Joshua Geltzer was quoted in Cipher Brief on Al Qaeda in Syria:


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Donald Trump’s Voter Fraud Commission Just Suffered a Court Defeat

Joshua Geltzer was quoted in the Daily Beast regarding cybersecurity and the Pence-Kobach Commission:


What Do New Sanctions On North Korea Accomplish?

Suzanne DiMaggio joined NPR's "Morning Edition" to discuss what the new sanctions on North Korea accomplish.


Film Looks at How U.S. Special Forces Toppled the Taliban

Legion of Brothers, a film directed by National Fellow Greg Barker and produced by Peter Bergen, was covered on CNN.


It's Decision Time for the Trump Administration on North Korea

Suzanne DiMaggio was interviewed by Public Radio International's “The World” about how the Trump Administration should approach North Korea.


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At the Toronto International Film Festival, you can feel anxiety in the air — and on the screen

Greg Barker had his film, The Final Year, released at the Toronto Film Festival this month. It was reviewed by the Washington Post:


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Toronto: Ex-Obama Advisor Ben Rhodes Slams Trump-Era Foreign Policy

The Hollywood Reporter covered what Ben Rhodes had to say after a screening of Greg Barker's documentary, The Final Year


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Toronto Film Review: ‘The Final Year’

Greg Barker had his film, The Final Year, released at the Toronto Film Festival this month. It was reviewed by Variety:


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Obama documentary ‘The Final Year’ offers an urgent ideological rebuttal to Trump's presidency

Greg Barker had his film, The Final Year, released at the Toronto Film Festival this month. It was reviewed by the Los Angeles Times:


President Trump’s Claim That Foreigners Are Responsible for ‘The Vast Majority’ of Terrorism Convictions since 9/11

ISP's "Terrorism in America After 9/11" data were cited in the Washington Post.


U.S. Has Occasional Contact With North Korea Diplomats

Suzanne DiMaggio joined National Public Radio's "Morning Edition" program to discuss the relationship between the U.S. and North Korea.


U.S. Sees 300 Violent Attacks Inspired by Far Right Every Year

Peter Bergen appeared on PBS Newshour to discuss terrorist attacks carried out by right-wing extremists in America.