My chat with Michael Petrou on Canadians who fought in the Spanish Civil War – were they ‘foreign fighters’ and did they pose a security threat back home?
Borealis talks with US terrorism scholar Bruce Hoffman, who has been studying violent extremism for more than four decades and is seen as one of the world’s foremost specialists.
How has terrorism changed over the decades and, more importantly, where is it going in the next few years?
Can scholars and security intelligence practitioners work better together? Phil Gurski talks with the University of Waterloo’s religion scholar Lorne Dawson.
What was Abdallah Azzam role in modern Islamist terrorism? Listen to my chat with Norwegian scholar Thomas Hegghammer on his new book on the jihadi ideologue.
The North African nation of Tunisia was one of the largest sources of ISIS foreign fighters. Phil Gurski speaks with Aaron Zelin, author of a new book on jihad in Tunisia to get some insights.
In 2016, 17 Muslim Canadians had been arrested in a terrorism plot due to a human source/agent named Mubin Shaikh. He joins Phil Gurski to talk about his role and related matters on this podcast.
What happens when you gather together a former Al Qaeda bombmaker, a guy who wanted to be a monk and a former CSIS analyst to talk about terrorism?
Have a listen to me chatting with Twitch streamer Destiny on a broad range of topics all tied to terrorism (Iran, Israel-Palestine, and many more!)
In this podcast, I explore how Science Fiction asks important questions about whether we can really stop all forms of terrorism.