The Proud Boys are more of a loosely affiliated street gang than they are a unified right-wing militia, researchers say. But police ignore the threats from these groups, and their threats grow.
Higher education institutions are not explicitly included within the UK’s anti-money laundering regulations.
Civilian protection payment is not a sustainable self-protection strategy in north-west Nigeria.
Niger had been seen as a relatively stable nation in an unstable region. The coup could spark fears in the West that the nation may align interests with Russia and the Wagner Group.
Numerous terrorist attacks in the UK and abroad have been financed by fraud and the government needs to close financial loopholes to prevent future tragedies.
Constructive dialogue is an essential condition for a peaceful political transition in Mali.
Canada must reflect on the profound consequences of over-surveillance on the freedoms of religion, expression and association — particularly for Muslim Canadians — and their impact on equality.
Deadly attacks on schoolchildren by terrorists groups have been growing around the world from 2009.
The stabbings at the University of Waterloo remind us that violence for daring to stand in a classroom and speak is still ever-present.
Intelligence reports offer information that can avert threats to national security or promote national interests.
It’s easy to feel overwhelmed by horror at terrorist attacks. But the first impulse of people during emergencies is often to help others.
Marco Bellochio’s series is the latest interpretation of a murder that continues to haunt Italy.
Illegal logging entrenches systemic corruption, undermines accountability in governance, and finances insecurity.
Policies that reduce poverty, inequality and socioeconomic insecurity lower the incentive to engage in or tolerate terrorism.
ISIS-K’s recent killings of Taliban brass are part of the extremist group’s long-term strategy. Will Taliban leaders contain the resurgence of violence?
The public inquiry exposes key individual failings while previous findings suggested bad luck was at play. This shows that talking to officers on the ground is vital if lessons are to be learnt.
Justices are weighing the arguments in two cases that have the potential of changing the way social media platforms operate.
Africa’s powerhouse is about to elect its president in a highly volatile climate. Scholars have noted that each election gives way to violence, resulting in a high death toll.
While some world leaders and foreign policy experts expected IS to increase its attacks during COVID-19’s early days, travel bans and curfews helped slow violence.
The terror threat level has receded for now, but another wave will surely come.