What’s Wrong with the Left in Europe?

The Occupy London march on 1st May 2012 to mark International Workers' Day

It comes to something when an article on the left in Europe must start with the success of the far-right, once again, in this tumultuous continent. The dust from the three days of terror in Paris, in which gunmen killed 17 people across the French capital, has barely settled on an uneasy and increasingly polarised… Continue Reading ➤

Lone-operator Terrorism: Tackling a Growing Threat

terrorism, Breivik

For 17 years, the USA lived in fear of the “Unabomber”, Theodore Kacynski, who sent package bombs to unsuspecting victims. Over the course of these 17 years, the FBI acquired and analysed 82 million records, 9,000 event photographs and 12,000 event documents, but was unable to bring Kacynski to justice. It was eventually his brother… Continue Reading ➤