Martin Smith


ISIS may disappear much faster than you expect

ISIS is dominating the headlines, but how much do we really know about the brutal terrorist group? How did ISIS become a major force so quickly? You may be shocked to learn that their startling rise to power may be followed by a relatively quick fall from grace.


Al-Qaida on the rise in Pakistan

In 2001, after the fall of the Taliban, experts projected that the Taliban and al-Qaida would leave Afghanistan and infiltrate neighboring Pakistan. There, they would find a relative sanctuary where they could establish new command centers, out of America's reach. With the U.S. military largely committed in Iraq, that scenario seems to be coming true.