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Daniel Clark

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Is an International Relations and History student, with interests lying especially with cyber security, national security, terrorism, and foreign affairs. Interests in foreign affairs mainly include the current European situation along with the USA. He always strives to learn new things and broaden his horizons. Understanding the past is key to understanding the present.

A close look at homegrown terrorism and the Prevent Strategy

An analysis of how homegrown terrorism has become one of the biggest threats of the modern era, and the effectiveness of the Prevent strategy

Home Secretary: ‘Real people’ don’t need end-to-end encryption

Home Secretary Amber Rudd has made remarks suggesting a shocking misunderstanding of messaging apps that use end-to-end encryption, saying that it aids terrorism.

Australian authorities thwart terrorist plan to down airliner

Australian authorities have successfully stopped a terrorist plot to down an airliner with police raids in Sydney.

US shuts down need for UN Security Council meeting over North...

The US has stated that it won’t call for an emergency UN Security Council meeting over North Korean missile testing, as there is ‘no value’ to the meeting.

Data flows in a post-Brexit Britain

Some Brexit critics have argued that Brexit will lead to decreased data sharing and threaten our national security.

Government refuses to publish extremism funding report

A report into the foreign funding of extremist groups will not be published by the government, prompting criticism from opposition parties.

Location Based Social Media and its Impacts on Society and Security

Location based media platforms like Snapchat’s so-called ‘Snap Map’ and Pokemon Go have received mixed responses in terms of their effects on society and personal security.