Yes, gun control would help. But confronting violent white extremists requires a broad counterterrorism strategy that employs sophistication, resources and persistence.
The federal prosecutor says of his critics: “What are you doing” to stop terror recruitment?”
Belgium has long been recognized as a weak link in Europe’s effort to crack down on jihadi networks.
Clinton stressed the importance of cracking down on cyber-recruitment, increasing surveillance to disrupt potential attacks and establishing relationships between law enforcement and Muslim communities.
The insights these researchers have uncovered pertain to the radicalization of young Europeans, but they may also be helpful in understanding why such radicalization occurs in the U.S. as well.
There are plenty of unanswered questions about the massacre in France, but the attack did underscore some broader trends.
Although the violence is undeniably about religion, there is a strong argument that it is even more about culture.
For FBI agents in Minneapolis, combating al-Shabab’s efforts to radicalize Somali-Americans is their top priority.
Koppel comes close to declaring the recent embassy closings a win for Al Qaeda.
Only by starving terrorists of the oxygen of publicity can we hope to challenge the rationalization of their own pathologies and their reputation of power.
In a speech Thursday, President Obama acknowledged some of the complexities involved in the drone war. A new presidential directive released this week says that the Pentagon, rather than the CIA, should ‘have the lead for the use of force.’
For the second time this month, the Obama administration has chosen to put a terror suspect linked to Al Qaeda on trial in a civilian court.
Suleman Sultan, a survivor of a blast almost identical to the recent attack in Hyderabad, says the government’s response is following the same old script.
Think Marxist terrorists went out of style in the 1990s? In Turkey at least, they’re back.
The European Union has long been under pressure from Israel and the US to list Lebanese militant group Hezbollah as a terrorist organization.
The Taliban is embracing mafia-style tactics in Pakistan’s wayward port city of Karachi.
Khalid Aldawsari, who was convicted in June, came under suspicion when he ordered chemicals. Prosecutors said the key to the case was the role played by citizens who contacted officials.
Algerian-born Ahmed Ressam wanted to blow up LAX during new millennium celebrations.
Putin says Russia faces real security threats in coming years as it hosts the World Cup and Olympics, but may also be conflating opposition leaders like Sergei Udaltsov with terrorists.
Hillary Clinton told a UN meeting on security in North Africa that the Libya attack points to how several extremist groups — including an Al Qaeda affiliate — are destabilizing the region.