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.
The auditor general found despite a recent increase in removals, about 50,000 enforceable cases piled up in the CBSA’s inventory during the time of her audit.
Former CSIS analyst explain why, when we have so little to go on, it is best to refrain from pronouncing judgment on a violent incident.
While there is no question that the term terrorism is overused, there are puzzling occasions on which it is not used at all.
This contribution was published on The Hill Times on July 6, 2020 CSIS has warned about China’s activities for decades and those warnings have been shunted aside. China is not Canada’s friend. It is a serial human rights abuser in Xinjiang against Uyghur Muslims. OTTAWA, CANADA — You have to feel for the families of […]