The Islamic State: How Viable Is It?

Addressing vulnerability and promoting security
Posted Feb 15, 2016 | Institute for National Security Studies, Tel Aviv, Yoram Schweitzer, Omer Einav

The Islamic State appeared in the Middle East as an entity whose conduct and essence challenge the regional order. With its military conquests in Iraq and Syria, its establishment of branches elsewhere, its state-like governance in the areas under its control, and the cruelty it exhibits, the Islamic State has become the focus of regional and international concern. The articles compiled by Yoram Schweitzer, and Omer Einav in this volume by the Institute for National Security Studies, Tel Aviv, discuss ways of dealing with one of the most salient military, sociopolitical, cultural, and intellectual challenges on the global agenda.


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