Injured people are assisted after an incident on Westminster Bridge in London.
Was the London attacker acting alone? Was he really a soldier of the Islamic State? Research on the nature of jihadism in the West reveals possible answers.
The Brussels Airport begins reopening with new restrictions in place, April 4, 2016. REUTERS/Benoit Doppagne/Pool.
The U.S. and France responded to terrorist acts by passing surveillance laws. What could Belgium learn from their example?
How long should you keep a Belgian flag Facebook profile pic after a terrorist attack?
Brussels Airport bombers Brahim and Khalid el-Bakraoui had previously spent time in prison.
Apart from having little or no knowledge of religion, the new crop of Islamic State recruits come primed for violence with a different set of skills, honed through criminal activity.
Remembering ISIS victims at the U.N., November 2015.
The urgent need to respond to ISIS has redefined the use of "self-defense" to include attacking a nonstate threat in another country. But what are the implications of this? change?
The nuclear power plant in Doel, Belgium.
Evidence suggests that the threat is not being taken seriously enough.
Undecided voters want facts, not scaremongering.
Is it fair to criticize Belgian security forces for not stopping last week’s bombing?
Ensuring complete security against terrorist attacks, especially against vulnerable targets in Europe, is all but impossible. Here's why.
Mourning in Brussels.
EPA/Christophe Petit Tesson
Torn between localism and pan-Europeanism, the idea of "Belgium" means almost nothing.
Three suspects in the Brussels airport bombing caught on CCTV.
How easy is it to recognise a suspect from a CCTV image?
Brothers Khalid and Brahim el-Bakraoui are suspected of carrying out suicide bomb attacks at Brussels Airport on Tuesday.
Family members share both genetics and environment to a greater extent than people in general. And this has implications for counterterrorism approaches.
For anyone who has been following Malcolm Turnbull’s progress as prime minister, his much-anticipated speech to the Lowy Institute contained few real surprises, other that the fact that it was inevitably…
The reporting of terrorist atrocities is polarising opinion in a way that is dangerous for the craft of journalism.
Brussels remains on high alert as raids continue.
Christophe Petit Tesson/EPA
The road to radicalisation can morph from an idea about noble deeds.
A mourner lights candles in Brussels.
EPA/Christophe Petit Tesson
The seeds of radicalisation were being sown long before Islamic State came along.
Prime Minister Charles Michel holds a press conference after the attacks.
It's going to take time and money, but the country must act on its terrorism problem.
A policeman stands guard outside the appartment where Paris attack suspect Salah Abdeslam was found.
Terrorist attacks that are locally sourced and financed are very hard to detect.
Malcolm Turnbull told the Lowy Institute Australia was united with Belgium in the battle against terror.
Violent Islamist extremism appears to have reached a crisis point in Europe with a "perfect storm" of circumstances, Malcolm Turnbull has said.
Shattered windows after multiple explosions at a Brussels airport in Zaventem.
The deadly terror attack in Brussels raises the issue of safety and security at airports. But this is more about our approach to risk in any areas where people are known to gather.
Rome’s Trevi fountain lit up with the Belgian flag. Why do some violent acts prompt global artistic memorial, but not others?
From Tintin weeping to spotlit buildings, images are rapidly circulating on social media as a way of comprehending the Brussels bombings. But where was the cartoon for those who died in Ankara? Are some tragedies "ungrievable"?