The US needs to review whether a security agenda based on US priorities will solve problems in sub-Saharan Africa.
It's not your intent that matters when you're considering your online behaviour – it's the consequences that create the impact.
Only by prosecuting extremists will the world be able to marginalize those who carry out violent acts and those who give credence to their ideas.
Its defeat in Syria may now give way to new dangers.
Taking effective action against online sharing of graphic content isn't straightforward. But, yet again, the government's inclination seems to be to legislate first and discuss later.
As the news of the shootings in New Zealand quickly unfolded, a researcher took note of the way the event was covered in news media and how the coverage was being discussed on social media.
As Muslims across New Zealand return to mosques and to work, employers and organisations can support their grieving process.
Research shows that unrest, even terrorism, can erupt in poor countries with a surplus of young people and not enough jobs. Can Niger, a once-peaceful sub-Saharan African nation, handle its baby boom?
Some commentators argue Islamophobia does not exist. It does, and it's deadly.
What can social media platforms do after terrorist attacks?
Until social platforms improve filtering of extremist content, we all have a role to play in ensuring our online activities don't contribute to a spectacle society that rewards terrorists with clicks.
There is deep sadness in the Christchurch attacks, but little shock. We need to address the permissive political environment that allows such hateful extremism to be promulgated so openly.
My research focuses on terrorism in or affecting New Zealand. Until yesterday, my phone didn’t ring often because few were interested in anything I had to say. Since yesterday, it has not stopped.
People are sharing the gruesome video posted by the Christchurch mosque gunman. What is the responsibility of news agencies in such a situation?
Terrorism hasn't always been associated with individuals – in the past, it has described violence used by the state against its subjects.
Too often, politicians use matters of national security for nakedly political advantage. It's a dangerous ploy, and it's time it stopped.
KKK membership is falling rapidly across the US, according to a respected report. Ideas of hate, though, remain.
The proscription of terrorist groups are part of the process through which a country demonstrates its self-identity.
Terrorist attacks and fatalities peaked in 2014, and have been on the decline since then.
It is often thought that the Tampa incident won John Howard the 2001 election, but an analysis of polling from the time shows the September 11 attacks had a far bigger impact on voting intentions.