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
A cautiously united offensive presses further into the Nineveh region, liberating towns and villages as it prepares to lay siege to ISIL’s last major stronghold…View More The March on Mosul: A Battle for Hope and Influence
In July 2016, radical preacher Anjem Choudhary and co-defendant Mohammed Rahman were convicted of supporting and encouraging support of the Islamic State. The pair encouraged…View More Is the UK too politically correct when it comes to terrorism?
In recent months, terrorism has been repeatedly thrust to the forefront of public consciousness. Conjuring images of shooting in a crowded nightclub or explosions in…View More We’ve Ji-had Enough: Terrorism as a Political Weapon
Terrorism succeeds by instilling fear and mass hysteria within targeted populations. In the contemporary world, ‘terror’ is ubiquitous. Daily headlines and news feeds are dominated…View More War of the Words: Reconsidering ‘Terror’ in 2015