Paris attacked

A terrorist under every rock

The news will tell you that terrorism is everywhere, but the violence rarely touches the West

‘Run, hide, and tell.’ What to do in the event of a terrorist attack

From the archives: In the wake of another tragedy, some paranoid yet useful advice from National Counter Terrorism Security Office

The two faces of the Syrian crisis: a toddler and a tech titan

Of symbols, Syrians, and defining images: Anne Kingston explains how the iconography of a moment says more about the viewers than the subjects

After Paris: The new war on terror

Islamic State is doomed. But its military collapse could mark the beginning of something even worse.

Trudeau’s ISIS quagmire

While Canada’s allies renew their war on terror against Islamic State, the Liberals stick to a promise to withdraw our jets

‘All of France is suffering’

Parisians are clinging to the ideals of fraternité and liberté. Still, on the streets, there are fears of dangerous divisions and more trouble to come.

Now is not the time to slacken resolve against Islamic State

Editorial: The tide may be turning in the war against Islamic State. Which is why the desperate thugs feel the need to move farther afield.

‘Terrorism has no religion’: Michael Petrou from la Place de la République

At the hub of Paris’s heartache, our foreign correspondent talks to Syrian activist Mohamed Taha, who was near the Bataclan when attackers stormed it

Why France’s ambassador can live with Trudeau’s plans

Nicolas Chapuis in conversation with Paul Wells on Canada’s refugee strategy, its withdrawal of CF-18 fighters, and Operation Barkhane

‘I wish they could love us’: Michael Petrou reports from Paris

Maclean’s foreign correspondent speaks to refugees just outside Paris who express their grief and fear about the attacks

Sunday in Paris: A manhunt begins for Abdeslam Salah

The day that was: Details emerge on the horror at the Bataclan, and G20 leaders get down to business

Justin Trudeau, NATO, and the problem with backseat ministering

The attacks in Paris raise questions about the prime minister’s policies. But he should get a chance to answer them.