Islamic State on the march? What fall of Ramadi tells us.

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Media Outlet: Christian Science Monitor

"ISIS overextended itself and is getting pushed back to areas where they can control more effectively," Brian Fishman, a counterterrorism analyst at the New America Foundation, told The New York Times. "The historical homeland for this organization is Falluja, Ramadi, Anbar and Mosul."  

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Brian Fishman is a counterterrorism research fellow at New America, a Fellow with the Combating Terrorism Center at West Point, and Philanthropic Engineer with Palantir Technologies.