Predictions of a ‘rise’ in far right terrorism have been making the rounds for several years and been found wanting: is it time to admit that jihadis still rule the terrorism roost?
Why would Canada have a public inquiry on foreign interference when we know what happened and the fact that intelligence was ignored?
Canada may not always punch above its weight in international affairs but it sure does when it comes to cyber intelligence!
Sunni jihadis again dominate the global terrorism scene this week and an ISIS attack in Istanbul is a reminder the group is still active.
No country can allow its sensitive technology to be stolen by foreign powers: so why does Canada do so?
In making decisions on national security and threats we cannot afford to get bogged down in useless debates about language and fear of ‘offending’ people.
We seem to be going through a transition in the world of terrorism where some actors select a potpourri of causes to justify violence.
Laws are on the books for a reason and should not be abused, especially when it comes to national security
War in Gaza continues to foment terrorism in the Middle East while Al Shabaab reminds us that it will attack nations which participate in counter terrorism ops abroad
The Hamas attack on Gaza and Israel’s response is raising the terrorism threat not only in the region but worldwide