On 27 March, Sir Timothy Barrow, Britain’s Permanent Representative to the European Union (EU), delivered a hand-signed letter by Prime Minister Theresa May to European…View More Hardball: Theresa May, Brexit, and Intelligence Cooperation
Since Donald Trump entered office in January 2017 the rhetoric of terrorism has revolved around ‘radical Islamist terrorism.’ Indeed the president promised to ‘eradicate’ this…View More Right-Wing Terrorism: The Biggest Threat
On 17 March 2017, an airstrike conducted in West Mosul by the US-led coalition against Islamic State (IS) appeared to have resulted in the death…View More US Air Strikes and Civilian Casualties in the Battle for Mosul
9/11. 7/7. For most these dates require little explanation. They are forever synonymous with the horrific events they represent; events that sent shockwaves of horror…View More How Britain’s Intelligence Forces Have Managed to Prevent 13 Terror Attacks in Recent Years
With the complex web of influences that saturate the conflict in Iraq and Syria, it is easy to lose sight of a broader view. While…View More A Losing Fight: What ISIS’s Decline means for the World
At a recent St Andrews-Georgetown Conference, entitled ‘What the Next Administration needs to know about Terrorism and Counterterrorism’ several academics made strong warnings about the…View More Hezbollah: The Next Major Security Threat
‘The new [cyber security] strategy is built on three core pillars: defend, deter and develop, underpinned by £1.9 billion of transformational investment […],’ said British…View More Defensive versus Offensive Strategies against Cyber Attacks: What the United Nations Charter has to say
On Sunday 29 January, the safe and peaceful environment of a local Québécois mosque during evening prayers suddenly became the scene of a massacre as…View More Meeting Hatred and Fear with Love and Compassion
Another day, another bombing. The images of children killed by government airstrikes in rebel-held Aleppo last week were horrific to behold, but they were not…View More The Executive Extremists: Should We Be Surprised?
It would not be an overstatement to argue that 9/11 is one of the worst terrorist attacks in living memory, enhanced by the presence of…View More Where Has Al-Qaeda Gone?
The Internet is inherently global. It exists within and beyond national borders, capable of connecting people all over the world for communication, business, finance, and…View More Cybersecurity and the Governance Gap: A Role for Multilateral Institutions?
It has been quite a year for extremism. We have seen the expansion of Islamic State territory in Iraq and Syria, the Brexit referendum and…View More Paris: One Year On