The University of Maryland‘s National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism (START) has released a new project evaluating the characteristics of mass casualty offenders (perpetrators who plan/execute an attack with the intention to kill or injure four or more people) and non-mass casualty offenders (perpetrators of...
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The U.S. House Committee on Homeland Security released its monthly Terror Threat Snapshot, detailing terrorist activities around the world.
Global Terrorist Activity – Terror Threat Snapshot June 2018
House Homeland Security Committee – April Terror Threat Snapshot
House Homeland Security Committee – March Terror Threat Snapshot
Is there a link between climate change and violent conflict?
Understanding the evolution of terrorism and counter terrorism policy has never been more crucial. With competing information funneled into broadcast media left and right, it can be difficult to fully comprehend and understand what the threat level is and what response should be taken. Because of this, New America...
The new Terror Threat Snapshot, a monthly assessment by the Homeland Security Committee, was recently released and “encapsulates” various terror-related threats against the West for 2016.
Radicalization to Islamist violence across America: Not Just the Caliphate
As the Iraqi Government Forces continue to advance on Mosul, it appears a major Iraqi city may be freed from two years of captivity. The battle is far from over, but taking Mosul will be a serious blow to the Islamic State’s brand. Though advantageous, it is also imperative to...