The fight against the Islamic State group in the Middle East does seem to be working. Isis has already lost its home base of Mosul in Iraq. And is now facing an international-coalition offensive in its de-facto Syrian capital of Raqqa. But could the collapse of the IS group on its home turf be increasing the threat of terrorism in the West?
Produced by Michele Barbero, Yena LEE and Van MEGUERDITCHIAN
Senior Diplomatic Fellow at the Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation
Dr Abbas KADHIM
Senior fellow on foreign policy, John Hopkins University
Political commentator, France 24 Arabic
Research Fellow, Henry Jackson Society