The convulsive reaction to Friday’s failed security operation by the Australian Border Force (ABF) in Melbourne was almost as farcical as the event itself. Operation Fortitude had been announced in a press…
The scene at the Erawan shrine.
The hapless finger-pointing over the blast at the Erawan shrine shows just how inept Thailand's military regime is.
Be very afraid – and vote for me.
With Canada's election campaign ramping up, Stephen Harper's government has pummelled the opposition with a barrage of fearmongering.
The message that terrorism is exceptional and egregious will be compromised if the current citizenship revocation bill becomes law.
Multiple concerns have been raised about the citizenship-stripping bill's inattention to human rights, its differential impact upon dual and sole nationals, and its potential application to persons who commit relatively minor crimes.
Indians protest against the execution of Jakub Memon.
India has only hanged four criminals since 2003. But given the state is founded on principles of non-violence, it's surprising they executed any of them.
Melbourne man Jan Laczynski (right), who lost five friends in the Bali bombings meets Nasir Abbas, who trained the bombers.
Would you meet with the people found responsible for the deaths of your family members or friends?
Saudi Arabia has been careful not to appear overly oppressive of groups like Islamic State for fear of antagonising its own constituents.
Saudi citizens supporting Islamic State are not the result of a coherent plan directed by its rulers, but the overflow of a long-standing system used to maintain its domestic legitimacy.
Reclaim Australia is attracting a broad assortment of supporters based on a loosely defined platform of anti-Muslim, anti-immigration and economic protectionist sentiment.
Reclaim Australia is not the first radical nationalist movement to emerge in Australia, and it has applied the lessons of past groups' mistakes to attract a broader range of people to its rallies.
Foul in wisdom, cruel in strength.
I am I.A.M
The West should recognise the part the Muslim world must play in destroying the enemy within.
Combatting youth extremism is a priority for the UK government. But at what cost?
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The Channel programme is meant to protect children, but it could be breaching their rights.
Mourners at a funeral for the bombing victims.
The government is already under fire for failing to protect Kurds from Islamic State.
But how to stop a next time?
What we need is an examination of whether we're looking at terrorism the right way to begin with.
Not much of a weapons system.
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Israel's official policy treats stone throwing as 'a real mortal threat'. The question is, who to?
The moderate majority of Muslims need to claim Islam as a religion of peace to counter the loud voices of extremists.
A struggle is underway for the heart and soul of Islam. Moderate Muslims need to engage in the contest to ensure their view of Islam is the one that prevails.
A masked man speaking in what is believed to be a North American accent in a video released by Islamic State militants.
Digital media and the model of "leaderless resistance" enhance the threat by the Islamic State here at home.
Malcolm Turnbull has called for a more robust dialogue on national security, where measures are free to be challenged.
The continual use of colourful language when talking about terrorism exaggerates the threat in Australia and could play into the hands of Islamic State's sophisticated recruitment strategies.
Tim Soutphommasane announced a new stage in the National Anti-Racism Strategy.
Race Discrimination Commissioner Tim Soutphommasane talks about Dawn Fraser's comments, "Team Australia", the government's approach to terrorism and asylum seekers, racism in Australia and more.
The 7/7 memorial in London.
It can't compete with the US, but the UK became part of mega-memorial culture after the London bombings.
The London bus blown up by one of the 7/7 attackers.
It may feel like the battle is being lost but some vital information has been gathered in the decade since the London bombings.
Londoners gather to remember.
The US and UK were attacked by suicide bombers within a few years of each other, but their responses were very different.