Former CSIS Analyst Phil Gurski weighs in on why it makes sense for nations to share intelligence where and when they can.
Former CSIS analyst explain why, when we have so little to go on, it is best to refrain from pronouncing judgment on a violent incident.
We all know why CSIS is not an open book but when it does give us a peek behind the curtain we do learn a lot.
The destruction of cell towers believed to be used to transmit 5G wireless communications is tied to a conspiracy theory that 5G is causing COVID-19.
The abuse of women in society is a crime that must be condemned: we can do so without conflating it with terrorism.
How can Western democratic states use surveillance technology to monitor who has COVID-19 and still respect privacy laws?
The federal government is considering making it an offence to knowingly spread misinformation that could harm people in this time of COVID-19.
How recent setbacks, real or perceived, could lead some to activists taking the law into their own hands.
Canada suffered casualties during its mission in Afghanistan and it is tragic that a Western departure will not bring peace.
We see our intelligence sector as there to protect us from threats like terrorism and foreign espionage – what about pandemics?