Andrew Mines is a Research Fellow at the Program on Extremism, where he helps lead PoE's efforts on the Capitol Hill Siege database. He is the audio editor of the podcast Mosul and the Islamic State, an Investigator with the National Counterterrorism Innovation, Technology, and Education Center (NCITE), and a contributor to the Global Network on Extremism and Technology (GNET). Andrew also researches the Islamic State's "Khorasan Province" (ISKP) in the Afghanistan-Pakistan region, and is co-authoring a book publication on the group for release in 2022. He is a graduate of The University of Chicago, and is currently pursuing a Master of Arts in Forensic Psychology at The George Washington University. He has published opinion and analytical pieces in multiple outlets including The Conversation, Washington Post, Dallas Morning News, The Interpreter, Lawfare, CTC Sentinel, War on the Rocks, Just Security, and GNET, and has provided TV and radio commentary for various affiliates at ABC, BBC, Bloomberg Radio, CBC, CBS, C-SPAN, Fox, NBC, and NPR, as well as commentary for other news outlets.
- "The Taliban can't take on the Islamic State alone," War on the Rocks, October 2021.
- "The evolving Taliban-ISK rivalry," The Interpreter, September 2021.
- "What is ISIS-K? Two terrorism experts on the group behind the deadly Kabul airport attack and its rivalry with the Taliban," The Conversation, August 2021.
- "For some Capitol Hill rioters, Jan. 6 was just the beginning," Dallas Morning News, July 2021.
- ""I will never forget this for as long as I live": Social Learning at the Capitol Hill Siege," Global Network on Extremism and Technology, May 2021.
- "This is War": Examining Military Experience Among the Capitol Hill Siege Participants, Program on Extremism, April 2021.
- "The military doesn't even know how bad its extremism problem is," Washington Post, March 2021.
- "This is Our House!": A Preliminary Assessment of the Capitol Hill Siege Participants, Program on Extremism, March 2021
- "Smaller and Smarter: Defining a Narrower U.S. Counterterrorism Mission in the Afghanistan-Pakistan Region," Newslines Institute for Strategy and Policy, February 2021.
- "Preempting the Storm: DOJ Moves to Tackle Terrorist and Criminal Use of Cryptocurrencies with Bolder International Approach," Global Network on Extremism and Technology, November 2020.
- "Balancing Online Content Moderation and the Rule of Law," Global Network on Extremism and Technology, September 2020
- Dollars for Daesh: Analyzing the Finances of American ISIS Supporters, Program on Extremism, September 2020.
- "Cryptocurrency and the Dismantling of Terrorism Financing Campaigns," Lawfare, August 2020.
- "How the Coronavirus Is Affecting American Jihadist Travelers," Lawfare, August 2020.
- "The Risks of a Telegram Crypto-Wallet," Global Network on Extremism and Technology, May 2020.
- "Can the Islamic State's Afghan Province Survive Its Leadership Losses?" Lawfare, May 2020.
- Broken, but Not Defeated: An Examination of State-led Operations against Islamic State Khorasan in Afghanistan and Pakistan (2015-2018), Combating Terrorism Center, March 2020.
- "Dollars for Daesh: The Small Financial Footprint of the Islamic State's American Supporters," CTC Sentinel 13 (3), March 2020.
- "Telegram's Cryptocurrency Could Have a Terrorism Problem," Just Security, March 2020.
- "Islamic State Affiliate Seeks to Expand in Afghanistan," Lawfare, October 2019.
- "Taking Aim: Islamic State Khorasan's Leadership Losses," CTC Sentinel 12 (8), September 2019.
- The Other Travelers: American Jihadists Beyond Syria and Iraq, Program on Extremism, August 2019.