A security crackdown only does the terrorists’ work for them by polarising neighbourhoods. Instead, the security services need to get back to working from the bottom up
Terrorists will always go for the soft and most available target
Irish Army teams play key supportive role giving covering fire and defusing bombs.
The role of the UN's military observers as effective ceasefire referees can be vital, allowing the deployment of humanitarian agencies, writes Declan Power.
The shooting of Garda Paul Sherlock this week has again raised the question of whether we should arm our police force.
At last European prevarication over a peacekeeping force for southern Lebanon has ended.