Central Asia is facing an increasingly challenging security environment. More focus on international cooperation could help.
New data sheds light on the use of violence on behalf of environmental goals
The accusation that terrorism data funded by the U.S. government exaggerates recent increases in terrorism incidents is incorrect
Data collection funded and used by the U.S. government continues to exaggerate recent increases in suicide terrorism.
Historical context of female suicide bombers puts recent suicide bombing attacks by young women in Kano, Nigeria in perspective.
Here's why the government's data are flawed, and what better data tell us.
The popular adage that governments “do not negotiate with terrorists” appears to be untrue, at least in civil war.
Opinion data show that perceptions of police fairness strongly influence the willingness of Muslims to assist the police in investigations of Muslim suspects.
Kenya is ready again to fight terrorism. But the United States is wary.
Most foreign jihadis do not commit terrorist acts upon returning home.