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23rd March 2017 – NewsTalk Am 1130

Justice & Drew

Daveed Gartenstein-Ross

FDD senior fellow Daveed Gartenstein-Ross discusses the recent attack in London. more...

23rd March 2017 – CGTN America

The Heat

Daveed Gartenstein-Ross

FDD senior fellow Daveed Gartenstein-Ross discusses ISIS and the London attack. more...

22nd March 2017 – CGTN America

The World Today

Daveed Gartenstein-Ross

FDD senior fellow Daveed Gartenstein-Ross discusses the attack outside UK parliament, and the possibility of a terror attack. more...

22nd March 2017 – Quoted by Alan Gomez - USA Today

London attack latest in disturbing terror vehicle trend

Daveed Gartenstein-Ross

If a vehicle terror attack in the U.K. by a sole assailant that killed at least four people and injured at least 40 sounds familiar, that's because it follows a disturbing trend of terrorism that requires little organization, manpower or technological know-how. more...

22nd March 2017 – Quoted by Josh Siegel - The Daily Signal

London Attack Shows Challenge of Stopping Terrorism in Age of ISIS

Daveed Gartenstein-Ross

At least four people were killed, including a police officer and the suspected assailant, and 40 others wounded in a terrorist attack Wednesday in London. more...

21st March 2017 – Quoted by Howard LaFranchi - The Christian Science Monitor

Defeating ISIS: Is Trump administration ready for the long haul?

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19th March 2017 – Quoted by Natalie Johnson - The Washington Free Beacon

Expanded Internet Access in Muslim World Could Spur Next Islamic ‘Culture War’

Daveed Gartenstein-Ross

The expansion of Internet access across the Middle East and North Africa will open communications channels for marginalized social and political groups, including those that criticize the Islamic faith, potentially sparking a culture war across the Muslim world, according to a new report. more...

10th March 2017 – CGTN America

The Heat

Daveed Gartenstein-Ross

FDD senior fellow Daveed Gartenstein-Ross discusses the deployment of US troops to fight ISIL. more...

9th March 2017 – NewsTalk AM 1130

Justice & Drew

Daveed Gartenstein-Ross

FDD senior fellow Daveed Gartenstein-Ross discusses US deploying troops to Kuwait, Wikileaks and the CIA. more...

8th March 2017 – College of DuPage

Homeland Security Training Institute Podcast

Daveed Gartenstein-Ross

FDD senior fellow Daveed Gartenstein-Ross discusses violent extremism and how to counter radicalization. more...

4th March 2017 – Foreign Affaris

The Coming Islamic Culture War

Daveed Gartenstein-Ross

Western observers are often blind to social currents within the Muslim world. During the Arab Spring revolutions of 2011, outside analysts confidently predicted that the uprisings would marginalize the jihadist movement in favor of more moderate and democratic reformers. In fact, the opposite happened—an unprecedented jihadist mobilization that has inspired legions of fighters from around the world and fragmented or threatened more than half a dozen countries. more...

1st March 2017 – Quoted by Lauren Carroll - Politifact

What Donald Trump left out about the Yemen raid that killed Navy SEAL Ryan Owens

Daveed Gartenstein-Ross

The lasting image from President Donald Trump’s first speech to Congress was that of widow Carryn Owens, crying as Trump honored her late husband, Navy SEAL William "Ryan" Owens, with an extended standing ovation. more...

22nd February 2017 – NewsTalk AM1130

Justice & Drew

Daveed Gartenstein-Ross

FDD senior fellow Daveed Gartenstein-Ross comments on McMaster as the new National Security Advisor and its impact on the war with ISIS. more...

22nd February 2017 – Quoted by Natalie Johnson - The Washington Free Beacon

Political Instability in Africa Could Lead to ISIS Resurgence

Daveed Gartenstein-Ross

The Islamic State has faced significant defeats in Africa over the past year but political instability across the northern and western regions could offer a ripe breeding ground for the terrorist group to resurge, according to a new report. more...

20th February 2017 – FDD Press

Islamic State 2021

Islamic State 2021

Daveed Gartenstein-Ross

The Islamic State (referred to in this report as ISIL) has seen its prospects in North and West Africa grow increasingly dim since early 2015. ISIL has experienced significant losses in North Africa in the past year, especially in Libya, which was once ISIL’s most valuable territory outside of Syria and Iraq, and was home to the group’s unofficial African capital. more...

20th February 2017 – FDD Press Release

Despite Recent Losses, Islamic State Still Threatens North and West Africa, FDD Study Finds

Daveed Gartenstein-Ross

The decline of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria may paradoxically help the group in Africa, particularly as state and non-state actors shift resources from combating ISIL to other urgent issues, giving the group breathing room to regenerate, according to a report issued today by the Foundation for Defense of Democracies (FDD). more...

7th February 2017 – Quoted by Tom Kertscher - Politifact

Were the 7 nations identified in Donald Trump’s travel ban named by Barack Obama as terror hotbeds?

Daveed Gartenstein-Ross

Two days after President Donald Trump temporarily banned certain groups of people from entering the United States, his chief of staff, Reince Priebus, defended the executive order by directing attention to terrorism and Trump’s predecessor, Barack Obama. more...

6th February 2017 – Centre on Religion and Geopolitics

US Policy in Afghanistan: What to Expect from Trump

Daveed Gartenstein-Ross

Can Trump scale back involvement in Afghanistan while keeping his inauguration pledge to 'eradicate radical Islamic terrorism from the face of the earth?' Three analysts have their say. more...

6th February 2017 – Quoted by Antonia Ward - Georgetown Security Studies Review

Academics and Practitioners Give Open Advice to President Trump on ‘Eradicating’ Terrorism

Daveed Gartenstein-Ross

January 26th-27th witnessed a convergence of academics and practitioners from across the world descend upon Georgetown University to offer policy lessons and advice to the new administration of President Donald Trump on the pressing issue of terrorism and counterterrorism in a seminal conference co-hosted by Georgetown University and the University of St Andrews-Scotland, “What the New Administration Needs to Know About Terrorism and Counterterrorism.” more...

4th February 2017 – Quoted by Sean Durns - The Washington Examiner

Al Qaeda is back

Daveed Gartenstein-Ross

Don't call it a comeback. Al Qaeda, the group responsible for the worst terrorist attack in United States history, never really left. Instead, while news media coverage inordinately focused on the Islamic State, al Qaeda re-tooled and re-established itself for a new age. more...