Weaponizing Networks (part one): Venezuela’s Asymmetric Attack on Texas

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. I

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Venezuela’s Crime-Terrorist Convergence

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 a

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How Maduro’s crime-terror networks could use national protests to threaten the U.S.

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 cit

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Financial Nexus Of Terrorism, Drug Trafficking, and Organized Crime

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,

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Canada needs a better approach to dismantling Islamist networks

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: "Muslim

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‘Deprogram’ radical Islamists. How?

‘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 t

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‘Chill out’ about jihadists? Nonsense

‘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 abo

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Three years after Parliament Hill attacks, terror threat persists

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 the

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