The people who killed a priest in Rouen were driven by a warped agenda, not their social and economic backgrounds.
The UK’s experience with its Prevent strategy over nearly a decade urges caution in how Australia should approach its own efforts to counter the threat of radicalisation.
Nice is an elegant and striking city, set against the azure Mediterranean. But there is history and politics behind the waving palms.
IS claims of responsibility for the Nice attack shouldn't be taken seriously until there's more proof cementing the connection.
Too many people still believe that Iraq collapsed because there was no plan for it; others think the West has learnt from its mistakes. Wrong and wrong.
As the Chilcot Report's release approaches, Iraqis are helping each other survive terror, insecurity and corruption.
The latest atrocity will accelerate President Erdogan assumption of executive powers in Turkey..
Three suicide bombers killed 42 at Turkey's busiest airport June 28. A scholar explains how Turkey's foreign policy blunders have made the country such a target for terrorist attacks.
Politically unstable and bordering the world's most violent and volatile region, Turkey is at risk of descending into civil war.
Islamic State lost ground, Colombia got a chance at lasting peace, and the Pope sounded a liberated note on homosexuality.
New research shows how we can track and even anticipate terrorists' movements using social media.
Terrorism and links to IS – real or purported – need to be very carefully handled by the media for fear of reproducing propaganda.
The Orlando LGBTI massacre looks like the work of an individual rather than a planned terror attack, but it's no less deadly for that.
Governments need to build trust, especially during a time of heightened tensions around the threat of international terror attacks.
Fallujah has been an icon of Sunni resistance ever since the US bombed it in 2004.
Profit estimates have ranged from $4 million to $7 billion. But with the Paris attacks costing only $10,000, does a number even matter?
By striking deep in Bashar-al Assad's heartland, Islamic State issued a reminder that his regime will never control all of Syria.
At first, it seems like IS has an image perfect for driving recruitment – but in fact, its image has very limited appeal.
As Libya falls further into chaos, the US has agreed to back the new government's request to lift an arms embargo against it.
Over the years the words Sykes-Picot have taken on two meanings – one significant, the other less so.