Kenya needs to disseminate and implement intelligence so that it can effectively prevent and counter future terror attempts.
Kenya has done a great deal to prevent and manage terror attacks but there are still many problems that need to be addressed.
Foreign press took away the dignity from victims killed in the Nairobi terror attacks by publishing their pictures.
Law enforcement officials aren't trained in recognizing hate crimes, leaving national numbers on these attacks unreliable.
There is a common misconception in the West that leaders of al-Qaida and ISIS are recruiting and brainwashing people into giving up their lives for the Jihad. This is an incorrect model.
An analysis reveals that using terrorism may not be very effective in achieving long-term political goals, when compared to other peaceful means.
The federal government's proposed changes to how and when citizenship can be stripped need close scrutiny.
When 14 women were killed at École Polytechnique in 1989, no one at the time considered it an act of terrorism. Three decades later, that's exactly how it should be viewed.
Supporters and opponents to the withdrawal deal both say national security is under threat – but the truth is that neither side can guarantee anything at this stage.
As recent events show, we might get better media reporting if journalists questioned authorities more closely on the relevance of ethnicity and religion in crime reporting.
Michelle Grattan speaks with Deep Saini about the week in Australian politics.
Indonesia can also apply strategies implemented by the Philippine government to counteract terrorism and radicalism.
There is a strong case to be made that WhatsApp messages are subject to the Freedom of Information Act in the same way as email and others forms of text messages.
A recent attack at the heart of the Tunisian capital highlights how regional security is on the precipice.
Not all terrorist incidents have mental illness as a causal factor, and most violent acts are committed by people without a mental illness.
While broad-based counter-terrorism strategies aren't very effective at preventing lone-actor attacks, community outreach efforts are having success turning troubled young lives around.
Counter-terrorism legislation has created a permanent zone of suspicion – but not for everyone.
The attack at a synagogue in Pittsburgh and the sending of pipe bombs to critics of the current administration are examples of the increase in the violence on the margins of the right.
After 9/11, academic investigation seemed to seek out trauma rather than signs of resilience.
An analysis of budget documents suggests that federal funding for community-based, counter-terrorism programs has dried up.