The attacks in May 2020 in Kabul and Nangarhar, the former of which US intelligence has ascribed to Islamic State Khorasan (IS-K) and the latter of which was claimed by IS-K, demonstrate that the marked efforts of US and coalition forces to demolish IS-K have failed to completely extirpate the group. From a counterinsurgency perspective, many difficulties are posed by IS’s trademark decentralization of operational execution.

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