The recent explosion in Nashville has been deemed a ‘suicide bombing’. Was it?
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Ongoing court cases to send individuals to trial for war crimes a quarter century ago sends a powerful message
I was invited on CTV News to discusss the case of a Canadian charged by RCMP for alleged false terrorism claims and faking involvment with ISIS.
Debate is the backbone of democratic society. Reasoned, civil exchanges of ideas is what we must protect. Phil Gurski weighs in on this ‘cancel culture’ phenomenon.
There is an old phrase ‘town and gown’ that refers to the relationship between non-academics and academics. I myself have been accused of being ‘anti-academic’, a charge I refute strongly here.
The auditor general found despite a recent increase in removals, about 50,000 enforceable cases piled up in the CBSA’s inventory during the time of her audit.
Should convicted terrorists like Toronto 18 member Saad Gaya get a second chance? Former Security Service Analyst Phil Gurski weighs in.
Armin Navabi from Atheist Republic interviews CSIS analyst Phil Gurski on what is happening in Iran and how worried should we be about that nation.
While there is no question that the term terrorism is overused, there are puzzling occasions on which it is not used at all.