How do academics and practitioners in countering terrorism get along and what are the challenges?
Writing about terrorism cannot be easy given the inherent danger in going to conflict zones: so why does a Canadian journalist do it?
Busy people need help understanding the torrent of information sent to them, including intelligence. That is where a national security advisor comes in.
Of all the Western nations France seems to suffer the highest level of terrorist attacks. Why is this?
In the aftermath of the heinous attack by Hamas in Israel what next? A very good question with few answers
Running an intelligence agency is not an average job one would imagine: what was it like to do so in Canada in the post Cold War/9/11 era?
Several nations, especially in Africa, have engaged the Russia-based Wagner Group to do counter-terrorism ops. A good idea?
It is one thing for governments to tell their spies what they want to know: it is quite another for the former to do the latter’s job.
Afghanistan has been in a lot of trouble for a very long time and now the Taliban are back in power. How much worse can things get?
The tragedy of the Rohingya in northwestern Myanmar has led to resistance, including the rise of an Islamist terrorist group