The accepted narrative in the West these days is that the greatest terrorist threat stems from the far right, no longer jihadis. But does it?
The belief that we should never talk to terrorists under any circumstances gets dicey when we are talking about saving people from starvation.
A recent US court decision to sentence a Canadian ISIS jihadi to life behind bars highlights the differences in terrorism cases on either side of the 49th parallel.
Terrorism rises from a variety of underlying causes and groups have their highs and lows. But do they ever totally go away – how to deal with them?
There are many social ills we need to deal with urgently, including terrorism. It’s too bad some of us cannot seem to call it what it is
Islamist terrorism in Nigeria just goes on and on and on with no end in sight. Borealis talks to Jacob Zenn about just what is happening there
Many things are terrifying in our world but that does not mean that every single terrifying act is an act of terrorism
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?