Let’s see if a new GOC ‘terrorism prosecution unit’ gets it right

Most professionals need ongoing training to keep up with developments: terrorism briefings are long overdue for…

No such thing as privacy intrusions in the age of oversharing

Law enforcement and security agencies use a wealth of sources in their investigations, including openly-available data.

I guess denying the Holodomor is now ok with some Canadian academics…

Freedom of speech is very important but it is equally important to not give oxygen to…

Canadian government does not get terrorism and taxpayers foot the bill

Everyone is presumed innocent until found guilty, even alleged terrorists or those caught up in a…

Right wing or jihadis: which poses the greater threat to Canada?

We really need to stop debating whether the far right or Islamist extremists are more dangerous:…

Is it time to say ‘no!’ to ‘no-fly lists’?

There are a lot of tools in the anti-terrorism kit but we need to evaluate them…

Maybe Canadians should listen to CSIS when it talks about China

CSIS rarely says a lot openly about what it knows: when it does it should be…

Is there really any point to terrorist listings?

We need to combat terrorism on a number of fronts but it is not clear how…

Hometown terrorists?

The actual place of incubation does not matter. What does is having a bevy of like-minded…

The ugly side of climate change denial may lead to violence

Is it possible that some who are not convinced climate change is real could become extremists?

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