With the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks on New York and Washington, terrorism vaulted to the top of government agendas at the turn of the century. Led by the United States and its War on Terror, terrorism has helped shape a new geopolitical balance following the end of the Cold War.
The Bataclan Trial Salah Abdeslam and the Banality of Terror
“Armed Resistance, Go Underground” German Officials Fear Increase in Pandemic-Fueled Radicalism in Wake of Murder
Terror Expert on Afghanistan "The Real Threat Is Islamic State, Not Al-Qaida"
Terror in Mozambique The Curse of Natural Gas
Wrongly Detained at Guantanamo for 14 Years The Story of Prisoner No. 760
The Terrorist Hunter Germany’s Most Important Informant Tells His Story
Trans-Atlantic Hate Neo-Nazi 'Atomwaffen Division' Spreads Fear in Germany
Beaten but Not Defeated Islamic State Plans Next Move After Loss of 'Caliphate'
The Ghosts of Islamic State 'Liberated' Areas of Iraq Still Terrorized by Violence
2016 Berlin Christmas Market Attack Terror Survivors Feel Abandoned by German Authorities
Warlord City The Business of Fear in Boomtown Mogadishu
Sowing Seeds of Hate The Unforgivable Disgrace of an American President
Terrorism or Insanity? Attack Underscores Need To Address Refugees' Mental Health
'Nazis, Spies and Terrorists' Can the German-Turkish Relationship Be Saved?
Interview with Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Mehmet Simsek 'Germany is Being Irrational'
Targeting Terrorists Germany's Dilemma in Dealing with Islamist Threats
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