In February, as part of its Counter-Terrorism and Border Security Act, the United Kingdom passed a law that criminalizes accessing terrorist propaganda and other related materials online, punishable by a sentence of up to 15 years in prison
Sustained protests to topple long-standing autocratic governments generate international attention when successful, but more often than not, authoritarians outlast periodic spikes in popular outrage
After months of back and forth and policy reversals on a U.S. troop presence in Syria, President Trump has decided to keep a residual force in the country. However, it will not be enough to counter Russia and Iran.
On March 11, 2004, terrorists detonated ten bombs on four separate commuter trains in Madrid, Spain. The attack killed 192 people and injured more than 2000, making it the deadliest terrorist attack in Spain’s history
The military fight against the Islamic State has been exceedingly difficult and costly, especially to the Iraqi and Syrian forces that have fought the group for years, but also to civilians uprooted from their homes and forced to flee in order to survive