Seth Jones

RAND Corporation

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Associate director of the International Security and Defense Policy Center at the RAND Corporation and author of Hunting in the Shadows: The Pursuit of al Qa'ida after 9/11; former adjunct professor at Johns Hopkins University's School for Advanced International Studies; former senior advisor at US Special Operations Command

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A conglomerate army of some 30,000 is moving toward Mosul—the last urban stronghold of the Islamic State in Iraq.

The battle for Mosul and the future of ISIS

A conglomerate army of some 30,000 is moving toward Mosul—the last urban stronghold of the Islamic State in Iraq.

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In four and a half years, Syria's civil war has killed 250,000 people and displaced 12 million -- half the nation's entire population.

Peace Talks and Warfare in Syria

In four and a half years, Syria's civil war has killed 250,000 people and displaced 12 million -- half the nation's entire population.

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In Yemen this past weekend, two American drone strikes killed between 13 and 55, according to different sources.

Drone Strikes in Yemen Kill 16 Alleged al Qaeda Members

In Yemen this past weekend, two American drone strikes killed between 13 and 55, according to different sources.

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