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Perspectives

When terrorist victimizers pretend to be the ‘victims’

There is so much wrong about calls to repatriate Canadians who joined ISIS: let’s start with those who see them as ‘victims’

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Quick Hits

Why Canada is erring in repatriating ISIS women

After dragging its feet for years, Canada announced it is repatriating women ISIS jihadis: bad move Trudeau government!

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Canadian Intelligence Eh!

Are we guilty of ‘panic porn’ when it comes to RWE?

It is hard to not come across articles these days about the growing threat of RWE. Are these worries justified?

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Canadian Intelligence Eh!

From service in Afghanistan to a military/security publishing house

A former Canadian soldier and reservist wrote fiction and non-fiction on Afghanistan and went on to create a new publishing house on military and security

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Perspectives

Be careful where you buy your tech from

The Canadian government appears to be incapable of making good decisions on where to buy sensitive technology, electing to deal with countries which are not our friends

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Epoch Times

Your friendly local neighbourhood Chinese police station in Canada – NOT!

How is it that the Canadian government is not taking seriously enough the presence of PRC ‘police stations’ on our soil?

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Canadian Intelligence Eh!

What is ‘Hindu extremism’ and how bad is it?

India is a multiethnic country with a huge Muslim minority: is that minority at risk of violence by Hindu extremists?

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Canadian Intelligence Eh!

Can risk assessment tools really prevent terrorism?

Can we predict who becomes a terrorist and why? That is what some risk assessment tools claim – are they accurate?

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Epoch Times

The PM Trudeau and his team clearly need to enroll in Intelligence 101

You would think a country’s leader would have a good idea what its intelligence agencies have authority to do. Then again, this is Canada we are talking about.

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Epoch Times

Why create intelligence assessments if no one reads them?

Intelligence agencies work hard to provide the best advice possible to senior government leaders: you would think these mandarins would at least read what they send.