The decision to shift counter terrorism resources from jihadis to RWE is ill-advised and may come back to bite us one day.
The accepted narrative in the West these days is that the greatest terrorist threat stems from the far right, no longer jihadis. But does it?
On October 22, 2015 a neo-Nazi armed with a sword killed a pupil and a teacher at a school in the Swedish town of Trollhattan.
When we discuss terrorism and the extent of its reach we really should ensure that numbers play an important part in our analysis
We have ‘terrorism on the brain’ and vested interests are using any excuse to label all acts of violence committed by any group as terrorist
Terrorism has been around for a long time but we have been especially captivated by it since 9/11.
Just because someone says something about terrorism does not make it so: claims are made all the time but not all these are backed up by any data.
Following my earlier Top 10 Worst Terrorist Group Names, here is my take on the Top 10 Worst RWE Group Names.
RWE in Germany is bad, but how does it stack up against other forms of terrorism?
Pushing back against the increased hyperbole over the terrorist reality.