Counterterrorism efforts should prioritize imagination, understood as the evolutionary study of threats.
Does this mean that when people of any religion, color or race — other than Muslims — commit acts of terrorism, they should be ignored and no action be taken against them?
<i>Trump's defiant inaugural address reveals how the new president is coming out of the gate swinging, exactly as he promised over the course of his successful campaign.</i>
Michelle Obama’s embittered expression practically summed up the entire situation for adversaries of the new president. In front of outgoing [Read more]
<i>The new U.S. administration will demonstrate fewer efforts to drive the world toward a brighter future, which will lead to some easing of the international order. However, one factor will prove dangerous in the future.</i>
The unexpected defeat of Hillary Clinton in the U.S. election was probably the most notable [Read more]
Ultimately, if the present course is maintained, it risks the United States — especially under a President Trump — taking unilateral action that would undermine and render obsolete the entirety of international relations.
The American people still ask, could a large-scale group attack like those in Europe be repeated on American soil?