In the absence of a crystal ball we can still list some of the national security and public safety challenges we may face in 2021.
Countries like Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Qatar have so far turned a blind eye to mounting sectarian sentiment in Pakistan against Shiites and Ahmadis.
When we cannot agree on what a word means, how can we deal with the consequences of its actions?
War seems to be the fate of Afghanistan: peace may not be in the cards.
Assumptions that the violent extremist threat from individuals associated with RWE and other terrorist ideologies may be overstated.
We have laws for good reasons, but when it comes to terrorism it seems these laws do not serve us well. Here are a few exemples.
It is rare for a terrorist group to entirely cease to exist. There have been several successful attacks over the past few years and there will be more.
My old stomping grounds, CSE (Communications Security Establishment), has just put out its very first public report. Let the trumpets sound and the banners fly!
Al Qaeda member Mohamed Harkat should have been sent back to his native Algeria decades ago: why is he still here in Canada?
Former CSIS Analyst Phil Gurski weighs in on why it makes sense for nations to share intelligence where and when they can.