Crime-Terror Nexus Requires Integrated Security Approaches
Before departing from her position as U.S. secretary of state, Hillary Clinton stated at a Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing that al-Qaida in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) is "not only a terrorist syndicate, it is a criminal enterprise."
Counter-Terrorism: The Impossible Dream
Right-Wing Extremism: Germany's New Islamophobia Boom
Ukraine crisis: Western leaders pile pressure on Russia
Political Crisis in Venezuela
Counter-Terrorism: This Is How You Deal With Islamic Terrorists
World Leaders Team Up Against Terrorism
West Scrambles on Ukraine as Russia Tightens Grip in Crimea
Turkey's Dirty Money
Fewer Incidents of Far-Right, Lone-Wolf Homicide Since Sept. 11, Study Shows
NSA-Style: Tunisia Setting Up Counterterrorism Unit That Will Also Spy On Citizens
A few weeks ago, in a coastal suburb of Tunis known as Raoued, the government of Tunisia set the stage for creating an NSA-style spy agency to monitor telecommunications and Internet activity, including by its own citizens.
Morocco, Counter-Terrorism, and the US-Africa Summit - Analysis
In the wake of unprecedented Islamist explosions and attacks across North Africa, the foreign ministers of 19 states–including France and much of North Africa—launched an equally unprecedented response.