In the last couple of months, Islamic State Khurasan Province (ISKP) and its local Central Asian militants have been increasing their propaganda output by directly targeting regional countries (especially Uzbekistan), calling for attacks against local governments and jihad in Central Asia.
The Islamic State continues promoting its propaganda and organising violent attacks against the members of Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam in Pakistan, confirming that the group represents a severe threat to Pakistani domestic stability and security.
On April 6th, 2022, SpecialEurasia organised the webinar “Afghanistan: geopolitical interests, humanitarian crisis and security” to address the Italian public opinion on the current situation of the Afghan people after the U.S. troops’ withdrawal and the Taliban’s seize of power.
Islamic State Khurasan published a video targeting Taliban government’s ties with the international community
Recently, a video published by Al-Azaim Foundation, Islamic State Khurasan Province (ISKP)’s mouthpiece in the region, harshly lashed out against the Taliban and their relations with the international community and particularly neighbouring countries, including Pakistan, China, and Russia.
Eurasia tra interessi geopolitici e minacce alla sicurezza. Il commento di Daniele Garofalo e Riccardo Valle
Nel quadro del Webinar “Sicurezza e minaccia terroristica nello scacchiere geopolitico euroasiatico” il Dott. Daniele Garofalo e il Dott. Riccardo Valle hanno illustrato quali siano le minacce jihadiste imminenti nella regione dell’Eurasia e quali potrebbero essere gli sviluppi futuri alla luce degli eventi recenti in Afghanistan.
SpecialEurasia organizza un webinar dal titolo “Sicurezza e minaccia terroristica nello scacchiere geopolitico euroasiatico” il cui…