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Three Failed Plots: Three Examples of Terrorist Successes  


November 2, 2010  

Are democracies now hardwired for failure? The various groups of insurgents and terrorists loosely known as ‘Al Qaeda in... 

Terrorism and Legal Proceedings – Choosing Court Experts  


May 25, 2010  

Not reputation, but accuracy. The complexity of terrorism cases suggests that the prosecution or defence may wish to call... 

Banning Unclassified Intelligence at Guantanamo  


May 13, 2010  

Reporters banned for publishing public information The decision of the Guantanamo Bay Military Commission to ban four reporters... 

Karl Rove: Proud of Waterboarding Failure  


March 12, 2010  

Karl Rove says in his recently released book that he is proud of “water boarding.” This form of activity is known to... 

The Air India Report: Enforcement and Intelligence  


March 11, 2010  

The long awaited Air India report may be released this spring. It will, once again, spur more debate on how to balance the... 

Border Intelligence  


March 4, 2010  

Why talk about border intelligence? Despite much discussion concerning the decline of the influence of the state, the reality... 

Know Your Enemy: Assessing Terrorist Ideologies  


February 28, 2010  

Ideology matters. In many countries, including Canada, you can face state sponsored sanctions if you are believed to “espouse”... 

Words Matter: Academia, Terrorism and National Security  


February 21, 2010  

Does academic literature have an effect on national security and the lives of individuals? Should academics consider the... 

Prime Minister Harper and the Security Review  


January 19, 2010  

Exactly what are Canadian security concerns in the current complex and uncertain international environment? A review now... 

Intelligence in Canada: Adapt or Overhaul?  


January 17, 2010  

The primacy of position in the intelligence community must go to analysts… Rumours are circulating in Ottawa that another... 

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