Two policy changes may have opened the door to the Istanbul airport bombing.
Disrupting pro-ISIS online ‘ecosystems’ could help thwart real-world terrorism like in Orlando.
Why the Obama administration's "light footprint" strategy might be counterproductive.
Why we need moderates, and how their existence helps fight the Islamic State.
Life changes in the midst of terror.
Examining the demographics that are most vulnerable.
Going to war won't solve Europe's homegrown terrorism problem.
Both candidates are tapping into powerful forces that are unleashed when a great community perceives it’s in decline.
The former Islamic radical says dialogue can defeat extremism. But he doesn’t practice what he preaches.
A year after the 'Charlie Hebdo' attacks, it would appear that France’s strict secularism has only exacerbated religious and racial tensions.
Only xenophobia and blustering rhetoric set their ideas apart from Hillary Clinton's.
He landed a lot of punches, but also exposed the Republican Party's lack of a credible alternative to the front-runner's bellicosity.
The conventional wisdom is that Cruz is vulnerable on foreign policy. But Rubio is the one who should worry.
When the killer is a Christian, it seems, the rules are different.
The candidate has quickly learned that he needs to show he's learning.
The radical evil behind the terrorist attacks on Paris.