Why extreme views may not be violent but still can an effect on public safety.
It is time for the Modi government to disavow violent Hindu extremism in Assam and elsewhere as well as time for all nations to crack down on Islamist terrorism
The links between Christians extremism and the far-right.
Countries like Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Qatar have so far turned a blind eye to mounting sectarian sentiment in Pakistan against Shiites and Ahmadis.
When a religious leader preaches hate it is up to ordinary worshipers to take a stand and shut his pie-hole.
Blasphemy laws are still common around the world. Why?
We can agree to disagree on our personal choices, even those which are harmful to the planet: what we cannot do is impose our views on others violently.
A society must have the authority to take away the rights of the few when those rights endanger the many.
Canada has an appallingly weak record when it comes to keeping terrorists in prison
Even if we cannot agree on what ‘terrorism’ is, we should be able to agree on what it isn’t. In this episode, Borealis looks at some recent abuses of the word terrorism and calls on all countries to reject this usage.