A review of Arundhati Roy's novel, The Ministry of Utmost Happiness (Alfred A. Knopf, 2017).
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Jacqueline Hazelton looks at drone strikes through the lens of grand strategy.
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New Developments in Israeli Counterterrorism Law: Discrimination in Home Demolitions, Civil Lawsuits, and Material Support
A summary of major developments in Israeli counterterrorism law.
Foreign law-enforcement officers are on the frontlines of the counterterrorism fight. The United States can help them help themselves.
Why didn’t the United States invade Afghanistan and destroy al Qaeda before September 11, 2001? This isn’t as farfetched as it might sound.
International NGOs campaigning against preventative approaches to violent extremism should be careful what they wish for.
Using location coordinates and other intelligence supplied by French special forces to hunt down high-value French targets, Iraqi artillery and ground troops have killed French nationals fighting for ISIS during the battle to drive the extremist group from Mosul, Iraq.
Bloomberg economics commentator Justin Fox explains in a recent column why comparing the odds of getting killed in a terrorist attack and slipping and fatally falling in the bathtub is a fundamental misuse of statistics.