Ten years after Anders Breivik killed 77 people in Norway, a look at how the country has changed.
In its peace deal with the US, the Taliban 'pledged' to prevent al-Qaeda from operating out of Afghanistan. But there are signs the terror group is already there, hiding out of sight.
Grossly oversimplified coverage risks serious damage to some of the most vulnerable in society.
Existing racism and implicit bias in Canadian media downplayed the terrorist attack by a white accused while exaggerating and staying silent on the reasons behind a hit-and-run by Muslim teens.
La surmilitarisation de la crise dans la région du Sahel n'a guère contribué à sa stabilité.
People often decry words and call for action after tragic events. But words are action and they're fundamental to Canadian democracy.
Racial trauma in society has been challenging for all of us, especially children and teens. There are practical steps we can all take to help ourselves and our kids heal.
Filing terrorism charges in the London attack marks the first time in Canada investigators have done so in an Islamophobia case.
The case may set a precedent about what is fixated behaviour and an appropriate use of the FPIU.
Whether the perpetrator in the attack on a Muslim family that left four dead is charged with terrorism remains to be seen. But laying terrorism charges is legally complex.
Plus, why women join Al-Shabaab in Kenya. Listen to episode 12 of The Conversation Weekly podcast.
Apart from tackling terrorism, banditry and kidnappings, Nigeria's new Inspector General of Police must embrace community policing.
Calls to ban far-right groups should be treated with caution. Anything that drives extremism further underground risks making the situation worse.
ECOWAS needs to be decisive in enforcing its protocols and sanctioning members that flout the provisions of its protocols and policies.
The conflict has put a temporary lid on plans that have been in the making for more than a decade since rich liquefied natural gas reserves were discovered in the Rovuma Basin.
The government's definition of extremism falls short of what's needed, but new definitions could make things more complicated
QAnon followers are different from the radicals I usually study in one key way: They are far more likely to have serious mental illnesses.
Our intelligence agencies need to speak clearly, without fear or favour, but also without inflaming prejudice.
Due to the poor security response of the Nigerian state, insurgency will continue to pose a serious threat to its northeast border communities.
In the past five years, the rise of banditry and terror attacks have had devastating effects on children in northern Nigeria.