In its annual threat assessment, the spy agency has named sabotage by foreign actors as an increasing concern - and we too, should take it seriously.
Ecowas has a patchy track record when it comes to ensuring cooperation and security across west Africa – member states are now starting to leave.
Five years on from the attacks, a detailed investigation of the shooter’s online radicalisation shows he was openly posting about his plans. Why was it missed and what can we learn?
Days after the election, it remains unclear who the the next prime minister will be.
The complex task of tackling online terror needs human eyes as well as artificial intelligence.
The decision by the three countries could change the dynamics of Ecowas.
The death of a protester in 2023 at the site of the proposed Atlanta Public Safety Training Center has brought renewed attention to radical environmentalism in the United States.
Real and perceived economic grievances often fuel extremist groups like Hamas. Here’s how the economic basics of supply provide a way to tackle terrorism.
The bill seeks greater intelligence powers but neglects oversight.
The terrorist attack in Iran follows a concerted effort by the Islamic State affiliate to ‘internationalize’ its strategy.
Foreign powers’ interest in the Sahel is driven by its natural resources and strategic location for security and illegal migration control.
New Zealand was mostly stable in key international rankings and domestic socio-economic measures. But there are signs of slippage in some areas and not enough progress in others.
The recent conflict between Israel and Hamas has exacerbated hate crimes in Canada and put Canadian multiculturalism to the test.
While the film’s terrorists may have been fake, the message about the political climate of the time is real.
Regional rivalries have functioned as oxygen, allowing the rebel group to survive and grow.
The terrorism discourse in Ghana shows how flawed views of the war on terror continue to shape thinking about security.
Rwandan forces have been able to keep civilian casualties low in Cabo Delgado despite carrying out a counterterrorism operation.
The trial of Nathaniel Veltman, who was found guilty of four counts of first-degree murder and one count of attempted murder, will set precedents for how future terrorism charges are laid.
It’s often the most vulnerable who suffer most in war. That remains true, with children making up around 40% of the casualties in the Israel-Hamas conflict. It’s devastating, now and into the future.
Convicted terrorist Abdul Nacer Benbrika yesterday won the right to remain an Australian citizen. So will he go free? And what does this mean for national security?