People may think of the metaverse as virtual, but the harm terrorists and extremists could do is very real.
Military expenditure is a relevant policy option in reducing the negative effect of terrorism on economic growth in Africa.
Nigeria’s plan of de-radicalising and integrating former Boko Haram terrorists should be fine-tuned to achieve more.
Madrassas don’t just provide an education that may lead to terrorism. They provide critical financial support to impoverished people.
Australia is a long way from New York and Washington DC, but 9/11 was a seismic event for our country. For one thing, it has reshaped our ideas about criminal responsibility
In the wake of the Christchurch and Auckland attacks, should official definitions of terrorism conflate the actions of a white supremacy extremist and a radical Islamist extremist?
Those born after 2001 have only known a world at ‘war on terror’. New research looks at the impact this has had on the lives of young Muslim Australians.
New Zealand’s second terrorist attack in two years highlights weaknesses in existing counter-terrorism laws. Beyond fast-tracking changes to those laws, two other legal areas need urgent review.
The case may set a precedent about what is fixated behaviour and an appropriate use of the FPIU.
The struggle among elites has not resulted in efforts to improve the material lives of ordinary people unconnected to the political elite.
Calls to ban far-right groups should be treated with caution. Anything that drives extremism further underground risks making the situation worse.
As New Zealand marks the second anniversary of the March 15 atrocity, the general terror threat has increased and doubts persist about police and security agency preparedness.
The trans-Tasman diplomatic stand-off is complicated by the fate of two young children. Their rights will be central to resolving the situation.
The time has come to deal with hateful extremism before it manifests as violent extremism. This includes having a public register of hate incidents.
Because the Taliban’s insurgency is so well financed, the Afghan government must spend enormous sums on war, too. A peace accord would free up funds for basic services, economic development and more.
My PhD research explores the impact of Islamist terrorism on education policy and practice in England and France.
The Horn of Africa is the epicentre of foreign military activity. Foreign troops have been deployed to support peace initiatives, subdue terror groups and support foreign security initiatives.
More than 20 years after the shift from unilateralism to multilateralism, it is reasonable to wonder how multilateral France’s ‘new interventionism’ really is.
A nationwide report on Islamophobia on campus reveals that friendships between those of different backgrounds is most effective at dispelling racist views.
Should South Africa’s military get involved, it would be venturing into a highly violent and complex landscape, requiring a counter-terrorism type of operations.