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COVID-19 Quick Hits Video

When language matters

Quick Hits 166 – What is Ideologically Motivated Violent Extremism (IMVE)?

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Quick Hits 165 – Can intelligence agencies help us discover where COVID came from?

Covid: Biden orders investigation into virus origin as lab leak theory debated

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Canadian Intelligence Eh!

How to get a career in counter-terrorism?

Episode 93 – Phil Gurski talks with Matthew Zegar, host of the Career Paths Podcast, about a working in counter-terrorism.

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Quick Hits 155 – Are “experts” as good as they say they are?

Everywhere you turn you come across an ‘expert’.

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Perspectives

So you say you’re an expert? Prove it!

We are inundated with self-proclaimed experts on terrorism and national security. How do you pick which one to follow? Knowing their backgrounds might help.

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When CSIS talks, Canadians should listen

The heads of security intelligence agencies seldom open up: when they do it is a sign to pay attention.

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Quick Hits 140 – Can someone please tell me why Canada does not have a foreign intelligence service?

Judge denies CSIS request to collect foreign intelligence

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Canadian Intelligence Eh! National Security

Richard Brisson: Is there anything cooler than a codebreaker?

Episode 80 – Borealis sits down with former Canadian cryptologist Richard Brisson to talk about this fascinating field.

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Perspectives

Terrorist listings in Canada – take two

Even if the terrorist listing process in Canada is still largely political that does not mean that it does not have its good uses

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Cutting through the disinformation problem in terrorism

Terrorists seek to sow fear and angst: it is important to gather as much data as possible to separate facts from lies.