A dramatic spike in fatal terrorist attacks by radical Islamists is likely to grow worse, and spread to more parts of the globe, during the next two years. Those are among the Investigative Project on Terrorism's conclusions after a detailed examination of trends in global terrorism.
The IPT breaks down the findings in several pieces, beginning with the video below. In it, IPT Senior Shillman Fellow and former U.S. House Intelligence Committee Chairman Pete Hoekstra summarizes the finding and explains what they mean.
Read the full analysis here.
For the first in a three-part series of opeds from Hoekstra on the trends, click here.