Prisoners become more dangerous when grouped together.
Muhammadu Buhari rode into power on a wave of goodwill – but Nigeria's troubles just won't go away.
The US seems stuck in War-on-Terror mode even though reality has moved on.
The Islamist ideologue will be closely monitored, but is unlikely to cooperate with prison de-radicalisation initiatives.
The deadly Islamist group Boko Haram has lost ground and split into factions, but it's far from beaten.
The marked increase in the number of Nigerian pastoralists fleeing Boko Haram terror in northeastern Nigeria last year reflects a trend that started three years ago.
At first, it seems like IS has an image perfect for driving recruitment – but in fact, its image has very limited appeal.
Bangladesh's sexual minorities have been under violent attack for some time – as has anyone standing up to the country's extremists.
Australians need to have a broad conversation about immigration. This must go beyond border security to discuss immigration's broad functions, social impacts and the national interests it serves.
The road to radicalisation can morph from an idea about noble deeds.
Scholars specializing in extremism are beginning to unravel how people -- including a higher number of Americans than one might expect -- become radicalized to embrace political violence.
Indonesia has both the world's largest Muslim population and a vibrant young democracy.
IS has claimed a wave of deadly bombings and shootings in Jakarta, but its long-feared Asian campaign is yet to materialise in earnest.
The hostage situation at a hotel in the Malian capital Bamako comes after months of sporadic violence.
Religion and modernity need not be at odds with one another, and many leading Muslim thinkers are plumbing early texts to promote progressive ideas.
Terrorists have attacked leaders and civilians in France many times before, and for a dizzying array of reasons.
The British government's position is that this was a legitimate act of self-defence in a war zone. But there are other issues to examine.
Whatever caused the crash of a Russian airliner over the northern Sinai, it's finally brought the world's attention back to a critical security crisis.
Russia has started bombing some of the groups machinating against Bashar al-Assad's forces. Who are they, and what do they want?
The West has condemned Moscow's ongoing support for Bashar al-Assad. But perhaps it is the least-worst option.