Phil Gurski talks with Canadian scholar Mia Bloom from Georgia State University about her decades of work looking at women, children and terrorism.
In this podcast, investigative journalist Naama Kates and intelligence analyst Phil Gurski dive deep inside the incel community.
In this podcast, national security analyst Shawn MacWha and intelligence analyst Phil Gurski simulate a nuclear war between Russia and China.
Andrew Griffith, former Director General of Citizenship and Multiculturalism discuss if immigration pose a actual national security threat.
Listen to my debate with Dimitri Lascaris, currently running for leader of the Green Party of Canada, on all things terrorism and national security.
The series gives us hope that in the not too distant future mass violence is behind us. But is it? There is an awful lot of violence in Star Trek – is it terrorism on occasion?
Ward Elcock was the Director of CSIS from 1994 to 2004 and saw the organisation through 9/11 and its aftermath. He joins Borealis to reflect on his years in security intelligence and where we are going next.
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?