Andrew Majoran examines the ISIL’s public threat to “destroy” Canada.
Author: Andrew Majoran
“You Don’t Need a Weatherman to Know Which Way the Wind Blows”
Andrew Majoran examines the former terrorist organization “The Weather Underground”, and the lessons we can learn from their attacks.
Ghosts in the Darkness: A Case for Drones
Andrew Majoran makes a case for the use of drones in warfare.
One Man’s Terrorist is Another Man’s Freedom Fighter: The Struggle for Definitional Solidarity
Andrew Majoran analyzes the issues multilateral institutions have with defining terrorism.
Revenge of the Nerds: Tech Industry CEOs take the Fight to Washington
Andrew Majoran examines the ongoing battle between tech industry CEOs and the United States Government.
You Could Have Just Asked Nicely: Analyzing the Effectiveness of Torture
Andrew Majoran analyzes the effectiveness of torture as an interrogation method.
Imperfect Pundits: The Impact of Celebrity Endorsement on Voter Behaviour
Andrew Majoran examines the power of celebrity endorsement in modern society.
Strength in Numbers: The Institutional Struggle to Successfully Combat International Terrorism.
Andrew Majoran discusses the failure of modern legal systems in relation to the trials of terrorists, and why the ICC is the answer.
The “Oxygen of Publicity” : The Struggle for Control of Terrorist Publicity in Western Media
Andrew Majoran discusses the importance of media publicity in the goals of terrorists.
Evolving Threats: Terrorism and Weapons of Mass Destruction
Andrew Majoran examines the ever-growing threat of terrorists using weapons of mass destruction.