Are the recent concerns about the state of the ‘5 eyes’ intelligence alliance justified? Take a breath folks, nothing to see here.
Leaders are asked what they would have done better about the Afghanistan exit.
On July 12, 1963 the Front de Liberation du Quebec (FLQ) bombed a statue of Queen Victoria in Quebec City, Canada
On July 1, 2016 ISIS terrorists entered a café in Dhaka, took hostages and killed twenty people most of whom were foreigners
Quick Hits 169 – Phil Gurski explains why Canada needs a foreign intelligence devoted to HUMINT.
On June 13, 2016 an Al Qaeda-linked terrorist group in the Philippines, Abu Sayyaf Group, killed Canadian Robert Hall
On June 4, 2014 Justin Bourque killed three RMCP officers and wounded two others in the eastern Canadian city of Moncton
How many things go ‘bump in the night’ and how many can we keep an eye on?
For a land which sees so little terrorism our media and ‘national security experts’ appear to think – and react – differently.
It may sound trite but when everything and everyone is seen as a terrorist – or a potential terrorist – the term has lost all its meaning.