Contributor

Milo Comerford

Centre on Religion & Geopolitics, Analyst

Milo leads research on the South and Central Asia region, as well as research development globally, where his focus centres on jihadi ideology and propaganda. He has co-authored reports including Inside the Jihadi Mind: Understanding Ideology and Propaganda and Milestones to Militancy: What the Lives of 100 Jihadis Tell Us About a Global Movement. Milo's research has been featured in outlets including the BBC, Wall Street Journal, The Telegraph, The Sunday Times, CNN, Sky News, and The Daily Beast. He has written articles for The Independent, New Statesman, The Spectator, and Newsweek.

Contributions

Opinion

Trump's Unlikely Alliance with Hindu Nationalism

The Republican presidential candidate has struck up relationships with those who share his profound distrust of Islam.

Milo Comerford

03 Nov 2016

Opinion

Does Quetta Attack Show ISIS Shifting Focus to Pakistan?

With ISIS claiming a major attack in Quetta, the group may be looking to expand into Pakistan as its 'caliphate' suffers in Iraq and Syria.

Milo Comerford

26 Oct 2016

Opinion

The Quiet Loss of Dabiq: A Major Blow to ISIS

As the much-vaunted offensive to wrest Mosul from ISIS control begins, the loss of a tiny Syrian town constitutes another major defeat for the group.

Milo Comerford

21 Oct 2016

At a Glance

Death of a Spokesman: What Adnani's Death Means for ISIS

Decimating ISIS' senior leadership will mean little without robust attempts to undermine the appeal of the group's message.

Milo Comerford

01 Sep 2016

Opinion

ISIS Imports Sectarianism to Afghanistan

Afghanistan’s 'long war' is entrenched and intractable, but unlike conflicts in Iraq, Syria, Yemen, and Lebanon it has not been characterised by a Sunni/Shia divide – ISIS want to change that.

Milo Comerford

29 Jul 2016

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