Terrorism analysis and predictions often fall well short of their mark, making us wonder why all this work is done in the first place.
Efforts to remove content online is essentially ‘Whack-a-Mole’. New items are posted as quickly – or even more quickly – than old items are removed. Do we really want to play this game with terrorists?
Hey Canada! Resorting to generic, meaningless terminology to describe terrorism is inaccurate, unhelpful and deters from broader understanding.
We must get better at when to use the word terrorism to describe acts of violence: in a world rife with too much terrorism, why would we want to make more?
We have been ‘doing’ preventative work in the terrorism sphere for a few decades: is it time for a rethink?
How far should intelligence and law enforcement agencies go in investigating terrorist threats?
Labelling protesters “terrorists” is inaccurate, unhelpful and sets a bad precedent for future demonstrations.
There are national security and public safety threats: terrorism is most usually one of the latter, not the former.
Many see terrorism from the so-called ‘far right’ as the single greatest threat to our societies. Is this feeling accurate? What if those who think so are wrong?
Hindu extremism and violence are on the ascendant in India: why is nothing being done about it?