Building on Matt’s initial roundup of Atlantic posts, here’s a full, up-to-date list:
- Adam, Krishnadev, and Matt on the latest news on the attacks, the casualties, the arrests, and the French and international reaction, last updated today at 5:15 p.m. And Kriston highlighted the initial misinformation on social media. Initial staff reactions via Twitter here.
- Alan’s photo essay of Paris under attack and Emily’s look at the mourners.
- Judah Grunstein, in Paris, reflecting on the murders.
- Kathy with a wider look at the escalating attacks and new strategy from ISIS.
- Jeff on the “crimes” for which jihadists will sentence someone to death.
- Kriston on the implications of France closing its borders.
- Tajha Chappellet-Lanier on the implications for the migrant crisis.
- Conor on his worries that France might make rash decisions similar to the U.S. in the wake of the 9/11.
- Matt on the initial reactions from U.S. presidential candidates.
- Peter criticizing Marco Rubio’s view that ISIS represents a “clash of civilizations.”
- Kathy on the reactions of the Democratic candidates during last night’s debate. (For full coverage of the debate, check out our live-blog.)
- Tajha on Facebook’s first use of its safety check outside of a natural disaster.
We’re also highlighting some of our previous coverage of ISIS and the overall crisis in the Middle East:
- Graeme’s March 2015 cover story, “What ISIS Really Wants.”
- David Ignatius on how ISIS spread in the Middle East.
- Our ongoing special report on what to do about ISIS, featuring discussions from top scholars and journalists, as well as Atlantic readers, on the future of fighting the world's most prominent terrorist group.
- Kathy’s “confused person’s guide to the Syrian civil war.”
Stay tuned for more. Update:
- Matt has the latest on what we know about the seven dead terrorists, a possible eighth still at large, and their alleged accomplices.
- David Graham has a review of France’s military role in Syria (and Iraq).
- Alan has a new gallery of images of monuments lit up around the world.