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Perspectives

When ‘nationalists’ turn to terrorism

A number of ethno-nationalist conflicts around the world are inching towards potential terrorist campaigns.

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October Today in Terrorism

October 14, 1920: Nationalist bombings in Trieste, Italy

Nationalists tossed bombs and engaged in firefights with police in Trieste, northeastern Italy on October 14, 1920.

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Articles The Hill Times

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.

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Quick Hits

Radical! Extreme! That’s how I like my music

Music means a lot for people. It can inspire us, make us sad and happy. But sometimes it can be tied to political and religious extremism!

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Today in Terrorism

Tulsa Race Massacre: Second Deadliest Race Riot in US History (May 31, 1921)

The 1921 race riot in Tulsa, Oklahoma were probably fed in part by the Ku Klux Klan, a domestic American white supremacist terrorist group.

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Canadian Intelligence Eh! Podcast

Podcast 41 – Andrew Griffith: Does immigration poses an actual national security threat to Canada?

Andrew Griffith, former Director General of Citizenship and Multiculturalism discuss if immigration pose a actual national security threat.

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Today in Terrorism

Thirteen injured in Grey Wolves attack on Armenian genocide memorial in France (May 13, 1984)

On this day in 1984, a memorial to the Armenian genocide in Paris was attacked by an alleged member of the Turkish terrorist group Grey Wolves resulting in 13 injuries.

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Today in Terrorism

19 killed in TNLA rebel attacks near China border (May 12, 2018)

On this day in 2018, the TNLA killed 19 people, mostly civilians, in Myanmar Shan State in retribution for army attacks against another ethnic army.

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Canadian Intelligence Eh! Podcast

Podcast 37 – Michael Petrou: Canadians who fought in the Spanish Civil War and the parallels with ISIS

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?

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Articles Homeland Security Today

Did Germany drop the ball on right-wing extremism?

Over the last years we are hearing more and more about how many Germans espousing right-wing extreme ideas. German military in particular is concerned.