Burke Chair reports on Terrorism and Counterinsurgency provide up-to-date analyses on the global threat posed by militants, non-state actors, and terrorist organizations, and the mix between asymmetric warfare and proliferation of weapons of mass destruction.
Issues covered in these reports include but are not limited to, the changing nature of warfare; alternative counterterrorism strategies; the overall net assessment of developments in the Global War on Terrorism; asymmetric warfare; biological counterterrorism; international cooperation in counterterrorism; U.S. homeland defense; and the proliferation of WMD.
The Campaign Against the Islamic State 
The “Best Game in Town” – Five Key Risks of the President’s Strategy
The “Rise” of al Qaeda in Iraq and the Threat from Prime Minister Maliki 
Violence in Iraq: The Growing Risk of Serious Civil Conflict