Security People

Preparing the global citizenry for the risk of mental injury

By Edward H. Taylor, Ph.D. Protecting a country in part depends on its citizens understanding the motivation and purpose of Terrorist organizations. Without an informed population prevention and recovery after an attack is more chaotic, and requires a longer recovery period. Unlike disconnected “lone-wolves,” organized terrorist cells aim to defeat governments, destroy the dominant cultures,

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It takes a community of best practices to combat terrorism

By Martin Cronin The murderous fanatics of the so-called Islamic State, or Daesh, are not shy about telling us how they plan to attack our public or why. Their tactics and their rationale are readily accessible on the internet and they make for a chilling reading and a wake-up call to all our global citizens.

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