Can any organisation afford to watch hundreds of thousands of people knowing in advance that very few will ever present a problem? An analysis by Phil Gurski
Another person is planning to sue the Canadian government for its ‘complicity’ in abuse in connection with a counter terrorism investigation.
Phil Gurski shares his opinion about the monetary compensation awarded to two Canadian tortured in Syria by the government.
How every country could learn from Estonia’s innovative digital governance.
Estonia has been pursuing a grand idea since 1997: putting their entire government online. But is the idea a grand one, or a complicated one?
Does deradicalization actually works? Unfortunately no one really has any idea yet. An interesting opinion piece by Phil Gurski.
There are some very nasty terrorists who are very good at what they do, but there are also many who are only slightly above incompetent! A text by Phil Gurski
Why have we made it illegal to join a terrorist group, then not bother to apply the law when it is obvious that someone has done so? By Phil Gurski
The vast difference between eradicating a disease and eradicating terrorism. A text by Phil Gurski.
Systemic Resilience Analysis: Supercomputers provide new tools for regulators, investors and governments
Discover Quantitative Complexity Theory, a different kind of approach and a new set of analytical tools to address modern day challenges. By Jacek Marczyk
Close corporate relationships between pipeline builders and gas buyers are allowing companies to reap higher profits while locking in emissions for years to come. The real fight over America’s energy […]
Substantial infrastructure investments are on the horizon. These investments are necessary to accommodate population growth and rapidly changing ecosystems. Now more than ever, cities and their partners are looking to […]