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No, the January 6 Capitol riot was not an ‘intelligence failure’

Pushing back against the idea that the US intelligence community ‘failed’ on January 6.

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What to make of Washington DC violence – Take 2

Borealis is joined by Barbara Perry, Canadian academic who specialises on the far right as to what it all means and what we can expect moving forward.

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An Intelligent Look at Terrorism Podcast Right-wing extremism

Sophia Moskalenko: How does the sharing of images and memes online contribute to radicalisation?

How do MAGA hats, swastikas and ISIS flags lead to violent extremism?

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Is it really time to take resources away from jihadi terrorists and move them to the far-right?

We need, or so many say, to shift out resources away from the jihadis we have been focused on for 20 years. Should we? What do the data say?

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So where is all the right wing extremism in the US post-election period?

We need to constantly remind ourselves that the vast majority of those who sound violent do not act violently.

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An Intelligent Look at Terrorism Podcast Right-wing extremism

Cynthia Miller-Idriss: What do we mean by ‘the far right’?

Everyone seems to want to talk about ‘Right-Wing Extremism’ or RWE these days. It is a nebulous term that seems to cover an awful lot of actors. Borealis talks to Dr. Cynthia Miller-Idriss of American University in Washington DC whose latest book Hate in the Homeland: The New Global Far Right is now out! Have […]

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FBI foils right-wing terror plot to kidnap Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer

Borealis talks with CHML’s Bill Kelly about the FBI takedown of a right wing Michigan militia plot to kidnap and kill the state governor. Have a listen!

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Is it time to focus counter-terrorism resources on the far-right?

Australia’s domestic spies are ramping up their counter-terrism efforts against right wing extremists, probably at the expense of looking at jihadis.

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Today in Terrorism

August 12, 2017: Charlottesville attack

On this day in 2017, a neo-Nazi sympathiser rammed his car into a crowd in Charlottesville killing a 32-year old woman.

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Terrorism is becoming complicated… again!

When you hear someone say that terrorism has ‘changed’ and that we have to change with it be skeptical. Nothing really has changed over 150 years with the sole exception of technology.