Global Terrorism Analysis is produced by The Jamestown Foundation. Since September 11, 2003, Jamestown has been publishing Terrorism Monitor, a bi-weekly journal providing in-depth, objective analysis on al-Qaeda and the War on Terror. Jamestown has continually expanded on its coverage of terrorism and security issues, utilizing indigenous sources and with attention paid to frequently un-reported or under-reported topics. Spotlight on Terror is our occasional publication with interviews, special features or analysis of breaking news. Terrorism Focus began publication in August 2004 as a bi-weekly complement to Terrorism Monitor, and has since found a niche in providing timely, weekly analysis on events in global terrorism, with extensive translations and assessments of jihad on the web.
Kyle Orton is an independent researcher focused on the Syrian war. He tweets @KyleWOrton.
Kelly F. Thornberry writes on Middle East affairs.
Shahaf Rabi is a researcher at CSTK, specializes in Israeli targeted killings.
Alessandra Bocchi is a freelance journalist based in Italy, focusing on conflict and politics in Libya and Tunisia.
Allan Pilch is a Researcher at the Center for the Study of Targeted Killing
Aleksandre Kvakhadze is a researcher of Caucasus region and terrorism based at Georgian Foundation for Strategic and International Studies (GFSIS) as a research fellow.
Nodirbek Soliev is a senior analyst at the International Centre for Political Violence and Terrorism Research (ICPVTR) of the RSIS-NTU in Singapore.
Dr. Alessandro Arduino is co-director of the Security & Crisis Management Program at the Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences – UNITO.
Nat Guillou is a political risk analyst specializing in the Middle East and South Asia with Stirling Assynt.
Aris Roussinos is a journalist and analyst with a specific focus on north-eastern Syria.
Neil Hauer is Lead Analyst at the SecDev Group in Ottawa, Canada, where he focuses on Syria, Russia and the Caucasus.
John Arterbury is a Washington, DC-based security consultant who recently served as a Fellow for Georgetown University’s Global Futures Initiative focusing on international security.
Abdou Cisse is a Senegalese journalist now focusing on jihadism in Senegal and West Africa.