The re-integration of defectors from terror groups into society is a conundrum governments in conflict situations have to deal with across the world.
The US could be losing a key ally to China. But it has less to do with Trump's foreign policy and everything to do with a drug war in the Philippines.
We do a disservice to survivors of major tragedies when we call them "heroes." Instead, we should change our policies and attitudes to help them truly survive the disaster.
Immigrants from Eritrea, Kyrgyzstan, Myanmar, Nigeria, Sudan and Tanzania constitute less than 1% of terrorism cases in the United States, and none of the cases in the last two years.
Governments must think very carefully before sacrificing the very human rights that give the state its identity and democracy.
There are psychological techniques that are effective when it comes to getting people to yield information.
Burkina Faso faces a new terrorist threat. Terrorist groups are now flourishing within its borders.
Sending specially trained operatives into hostile territories dates back to Colonial days. In the past decade, special operations forces have become central to America’s counterterrorism efforts.
When Canada's worst airline tragedy happened 35 years ago, the country had a different reaction than the national outpouring of grief for those killed when PS752 was shot down in Tehran.
A flawed approach on both sides of the British political divide.
Charlie Hebdo's often biting and dark humour frequently troubles people in France, and many reactions to the attack in France were not in keeping with the values of the publication.
Facebook is planning to put end-to-end encryption on all its messaging services soon. But governments aren't happy about it, as it could make it harder to catch criminals.
Thirty years after the Montreal Massacre that killed 14 women, new threats such as the incel movement pose dangers to the feminist movement.
A terrorism expert explains the legislation that led to the attacker's release.
Prison rehabilitation programs are difficult, but to give up and do nothing would be not merely cynical, but self-defeating.
Local communities only see "crime" and "banditry" when it comes to religious-based Jihadism.
It's been a decade since Boko Haram morphed into a violent, radicalised, Jihadist sect after the death of its founder. Since then it has caused untold harm in Nigeria.
A community driven approach to border patrol could be more useful than providing arms for border guards
India's Modi government has used populist rhetoric to scare the public and turn Kashmiri Muslims into symbols of terrorist violence. The news media in India seems to be following along.
DNA testing gives limited information about whether people are likely to be related. But even if we overcame the many practical and legal hurdles to implementing it, what's the point?