Does media attention encourage terrorism and facilitate recruitment?

This article forms part of a series of opinion pieces from industry professionals, academics and journalists. The views expressed by the authors do not necessarily represent those of the Global Coalition.

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Four Pillars

What is the Coalition’s approach to working together to deal #Daesh a lasting defeat?

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Future Role

What is the future role of the Coalition?

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Coalition Response to Amnesty Report on Civilian Casualties in Raqqa

Read below the response of the Global Coalition to the Amnesty International report focusing on civilian casualties in the battle to liberate Raqqa from Daesh, which was published on June 5th.

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Iraqi Flag flies during recent election

Coalition congratulates Iraqi people, security forces

The Coalition congratulates the people of Iraq and Iraqi Security Forces on the successful completion of the first Parliamentary election since Iraq declared the full liberation of its population from…

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Coalition Partner Canada announces support for reconstruction in Iraq and Middle East

The Honourable Chrystia Freeland, Minister of Foreign Affairs, today announced support totalling nearly $12 million to help rebuild areas liberated from Daesh and to enhance the stability of Iraq.

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Opening Remarks at the Global Coalition to Defeat Daesh Ministerial

Read below opening remarks from Kuwaiti Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Sheikh Sabah Al-Khalid Al-Sabah and US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson at the Global Coalition Ministerial held in Kuwait on February 13th 2018.

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Ministers and principals of the Global Coalition's partners gather in Kuwait

Guiding Principles from the Global Coalition to defeat Daesh

We, the Foreign Ministers and principals of the Global Coalition, have come together in Kuwait City united in our determination to defeat ISIS/Da’esh through a focused, sustained, multifaceted effort. We know our enemy: ISIS/Da’esh is intrinsically malevolent, celebrates cruelty, systematically violates international law and regularly commits gross abuses of human rights. Yet three and a half years into this effort, ISIS/Da’esh stands undeniably degraded – it has lost its territorial hold in Iraq and only a few pockets of land remain under its control in Syria. Its leadership, on-line presence and global networks are under pressure.

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Global Coalition to meet in Kuwait

On February 13th the Foreign Ministers and principals of the Global Coalition’s 75 partners will meet in Kuwait, to affirm the Coalition’s determination to defeat Daesh through a focused, sustained multifaceted effort. 

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Coalition engineers erect steel bridge in Raqqah

SOUTHWEST ASIA – A Coalition team working with Syrian partners erected a steel bridge in only 16 hours on Dec. 27, 2017, near the village of Hawi al-Hawa west of…

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Rehabilitation of the Power Infrastructure in Mosul

Coalition partners continue to support the stabilisation of Iraq – with our partner Germany signing in Baghdad a loan agreement between Republic of Iraq and KfW Development Bank worth €45 million.

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Readout of the Meeting of the Small Group of the Global Coalition to Defeat Daesh in Jordan

Senior diplomatic representatives from the Small Group of the Global Coalition to Defeat Daesh met today in Jordan to review our global campaign to defeat this terrorist organization. Special Presidential Envoy for the Global Coalition Brett McGurk provided an update on progress in Iraq and Syria. He noted since our coalition was formed in 2014, Daesh has lost 95 percent of the territory it once controlled in Iraq and Syria. More than 7.5 million people have now been liberated from Daesh, 2.6 million displaced Iraqis have returned to their homes, and Daesh has not recaptured a single meter of the territory it has lost. He discussed the accelerated campaign that President Trump authorized in January and emphasized the need to intensify humanitarian and stabilization support to ensure these trend-lines continue, and Daes’s defeat is enduring.

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