Global terrorism trends showed no change in the second week of January with jihadi violence again dominant and no sign of far right attacks
This is a summary of terrorism around the world for the week of January 1-7, with a short discussion on the implications for global security.
Terrorist group profiles The purpose of this briefing series is to inform readers on the basics of little-known terrorist groups. Information will be gathered from reputable sources and include the nature of the group’s ideology, its area of activity, strength (if known) and a list of recent (within the last five years) actions. Borealis hopes […]
It is often painful to wait for more information to come in before making up one’s mind, but when it comes to terrorism it is crucial to do so
International causes make strange bedfellows, but the speed with which left-wingers adopted Hamas rhetoric will prove to be counterproductive
Condemning someone for what they did decades ago based on what they knew then does not make a lot of sense
Calling for a ceasefire in Gaza has merit but we must also recognise there would be no war in the first place if Hamas were not there
Are there occasions when less, rather than more, information is a better way to manage reactions to violence in our societies?
Does the UK know something of the terrorist threat to Canada that we don’t? If so, I hope we find out!
In the alacrity to assign blame for preventing the October 7 Hamas terrorist attack on Israel, that country’s spies were held responsible, wrongly it turns out.