How NOT to have a useful dialogue on counter terrorism

Having polar opposite views or smaller disagreements on any subject matter, including terrorism, is acceptable: ad…

Today in Terrorism: December 7, 2016 – Car bombings in Benghazi

On this day in 2016, unknown assailants carried out what is called “double-tap” bombings in Benghazi.

Who decides when someone becomes an ‘ex’ terrorist and why?

who should ultimately decide how much risk a given incarcerated terrorist poses to our society? I…

Today in Terrorism: December 6, 2011 – Afghanistan Shia Shrine attack

Our focus on Western victims of Islamist terrorism is understandable but misplaced: the vast majority of…

The ebb and flow of terrorist groups: Why declaring victory is often premature

Declaring ‘victory’ over a terrorist group/terrorism may be a nice sound bite, but it is rarely…

Today in Terrorism: December 5, 2013 – Yemen car bomb attack

The conflict in Yemen is complicated: war and terrorism are killing thousands and no one seems…

Questions raised over early release protocol after London Bridge attack

Phil Gurski, President of Borealis Threat and Risk Consulting, joins Matt Harris on CFRA Live to…

Today in Terrorism: December 4, 1971 and 2018

On December 4, 1971 the Ulster Volunteer Force exploded a bomb at a bar called McGurk's…

Vigil held for London terror attack victims

Libby Znaimer is joined by Phil Gurski and Mubin Shaikh, former undercover operative for CSIS and…

Today in Terrorism: December 3, 1975 and 2018

On this day in 1975, six armed men boarded a train at the Dutch town of…