Weaponizing Networks (part one): Venezuela’s Asymmetric Attack on Texas
Transregional Threats Journal Texas Series • Issue 5 Weaponizing Networks (part one): Venezuela’s Asymmetric Attack on Texas Texas has the second largest GDP of any state in the union. IContinue reading
Venezuela’s Crime-Terrorist Convergence
Transregional Threats Journal Venezuela Series • Volume 1 • Issue 4 Venezuela's Crime-Terrorist Convergence The current U.S. national security strategy, unveiled by President Trump in 2017 aContinue reading
How Maduro’s crime-terror networks could use national protests to threaten the U.S.
Transregional Threats Journal Texas Series • Volume 1 • Issue 3 How Maduro’s crime-terror networks could use national protests to threaten the U.S. Riots in more than 40 major American citContinue reading
Financial Nexus Of Terrorism, Drug Trafficking, and Organized Crime
Joseph Humire testifies in a hearing by the House Financial Services Subcommittee on Terrorism and Illicit Finance on the "Financial nexus of terrorism, drug trafficking, and organized crime" held on Tuesday, March 20,Continue reading
Canada needs a better approach to dismantling Islamist networks
In a recent Toronto Sun post, Candice Malcolm declares the need for a better approach to dismantle Islamist networks. Her column thoughtfully differentiates Muslims from Islamists from jihadists. Malcolm notes: "MuslimContinue reading
‘Deprogram’ radical Islamists. How?
The end of 2017 not only marked another passing year but, also, marked the victory claimed by Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi over ISIS. Candice Malcolm explains, in her Toronto Sun column, that defeating ISIS on tContinue reading
‘Chill out’ about jihadists? Nonsense
"Islamic State terrorists are back in Canada, and the Trudeau government doesn’t seem to have a clue how to handle the situation," writes Candice Malcolm, further detailing Trudeau's "half-hearted explanation aboContinue reading
Three years after Parliament Hill attacks, terror threat persists
In her Toronto Sun article, Fellow Candice Malcolm writes a tribute honoring the Canadian soldier who died three years ago during a horrific terrorist attack on Parliament Hill in Ottawa. Malcolm continues explaining theContinue reading