Islamist terrorism continues in Mozambique, despite little coverage in the West. Borealis talks to Neha Wadekar on what is happening on the ground
Security intelligence services investigate thousands of people to a variety of levels: can we then blame them when things go awry and attacks occur?
The Oslo, Norway shootings have evoked memories of the 2011 Breivik massacre and ties to RWE: but what do we know so far?
Calling security services ‘systemically racist’ is not only unhelpful: it can interfere in the work these agencies do
Episode 135 – The Freedom Convoy got a lot of attention in Canada and abroad but what actually happened? Borealis talks to the author of a new book on the event
Those who still believe blasphemy is a sin and seek to kill those who engage in it are nothing but terrorists
Just because intel turns out to be bogus does not mean it should not have led to certain decisions in the first place
Allegations that CSIS applies for a court warrant out of ‘systemic racism’ are ridiculous and point to worrying ignorance of how our spies operate
Many say they can predict the next mass shooter/terrorist before they strike; can they really?
On May 31, 1906 a Spanish anarchist threw a bomb hoping to hit King Alfonso XIII, killing 24 and wounding more than 100.