The reason for the cowardly attack in London (ON) on June 6 is yet to be determined; calling it terrorism prematurely is not helpful
When terrorism cases come to court it is necessary to prove that ideology drove a (planned) act of violence. Why do we need to do that? Isn’t violence simply violence?
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!
Watch my appearance on Global News about the FBI accusing 13 men of a violent plot to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and start a U.S. civil war ahead of the November presidential election.
UK researcher and former PREVENT officer Liam Duffy joins former CSIS analyst Phil Gurski to discuss the lack of consensus on what terrorism means.
3 members of the Ku Klux Klan were eventually sentenced for the September 15, 1963 bombing of a church in Alabama in which 4 girls were killed.
Assumptions that the violent extremist threat from individuals associated with RWE and other terrorist ideologies may be overstated.
Borealis weighs in on a report that the Trump Administration told DHS and its spies not to report on Russia and right-wing extremism.
It is rare for a terrorist group to entirely cease to exist. There have been several successful attacks over the past few years and there will be more.
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.