News of the death of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, leader of the Islamic State, has sparked debate across the region about the consequences of his demise.
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The Future of Iraq: Is Reintegration Possible?
Post-ISIS Iraq and Syria: Avoiding Chaos
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U.S. Commitments in the Middle East: Advice to the Trump Administration
Jihadism in the Arab World after 2011: Explaining Its Expansion