The placement of a Putin operative, Russian senior diplomat Vladimir Voronkov, to run the United Nations Counter-Terrorism offices is being touted as the first major reform of the United Nations Organization by its new Secretary-General Antonio Guterres.
Since the June 7 terrorist attacks in Tehran, the Iranian government has made dozens of arrests and highlighted the fact that ISIS claimed responsibility. But it is increasingly apparent that, while outside terrorists may have played a role, the government’s focus on their involvement hides a more complex truth, with significant implications for U.S. policy.
Terrorism is among the most repugnant of human atrocities, and sadly as society progresses, its specter does not seem to wane.
President Trump again singled out Qatar as a financer of extremists.
Everyone thought Brexit would be the key issue in this week’s general election in the United Kingdom, but after the London Bridge attacks, terrorism and security are top on the ballot.
Amid the carnage and mayhem of this latest Saturday night massacre, England’s third terrorist attack in less than three months, the British police responded impressively.
There is no longer any doubt: the mayhem in London Saturday night has raised Islamic terrorism to a new threat level to the Western world.
For far too long, Western societies, including in the United States, have tried to rationalize what has now become an avalanche of violent hatred for democratic freedoms.
President Donald Trump vowed Friday to crush “evil organizations of terror” following an attack on Coptic Christians in Egypt that killed more than two dozen people near Cairo and prompted the country’s leader to appeal to Trump to lead the fight again…
The terrorism scenario is always the same. Events repeat themselves, like in the film “Groundhog Day.”