The attacks in Egypt, Lebanon and France show that ISIS feels threatened and is shifting its strategy to exert a cost on the coalition powers. Over two weeks, the Islamic State (IS) carried out three attacks of global significance: downing a Russian passenger airliner over Egypt’s Sinai desert, killing 224 passengers on their way to St. Petersburg; bombing a marketplace in Beirut, which... Continue Reading
Camille Schyns is a Dutch analyst on international security and terrorism. He has worked for the European External Action Service in Brussels and the International Organisation for Migration in Odessa, Ukraine. He specializes in international and European security, terrorism, strategy and migration. Schyns is a graduate of the War Studies Department at King’s College London.