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European countries can do more to stop the spate of deadly attacks by terrorists using vans and trucks as weapons.
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A review of Arundhati Roy's novel, The Ministry of Utmost Happiness (Alfred A. Knopf, 2017).
The FBI arrested and charged eight men with attempting or conspiring to provide material support to Islamic State; Hezbollah operatives were arrested for planning attacks within U.S. borders; and the Justice Department brought the first foreigner to the U.S. to face terrorism charges since Trump became president.
Jacqueline Hazelton looks at drone strikes through the lens of grand strategy.
The best strategy for defeating jihadism might involve managing a few extremists. Jordan can show us how it's done.
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.