Failing to label terrorists accurately can undermine both our understanding as well as our ability to combat it – enough with political correctness!
When terrorists turn to crime it may be to the benefit of law enforcement and security intelligence agencies by making prosecutions easier
Pushing back against the idea that the US intelligence community ‘failed’ on January 6.
Austria apparently received but failed to act on intelligence from Germany and Slovakia. Was the attack a failure?
The Five Eyes alliance has served the current partners well by giving them an expanded intelligence base. This benefit is enhanced by the opportunity for professional discussions amongst intelligence partner agencies.
Intelligence agencies exist to help officials make better decisions. Some nations have true ‘intelligence cultures’ where the value of this kind of information is recognised. Then there is Canada.
It is time to stop ruling out great Canadians from our intelligence agencies just because they never went to university.
Two interesting developments in two capitals. Armed suspect arrested at Rideau Hall and Trump denies being briefed on Russian bounty intelligence.
Spies act in the shadows for obvious reasons: does this mean they are constrained by privacy issues?