Leading Australian military law scholar and former Defence intelligence officer, Professor Clive Williams, has urged Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull to draw down Australian military involvement from Iraq once the Islamic State (IS) stronghold of Mosul is re-captured.
Overreaction to events by British police plays into the hands of those who want to undermine society through acts of terrorism or the threat of terrorist violence writes ANU Law expert Clive Williams.
The Deep Web is an important and legitimate research resource, but Clive Williams argues it must be navigated with care in case you inadvertently go to sites engaged in illegal activities.
Clive Williams writes in the Canberra Times on the challenges of keeping track of potential terrorists in Australia because of the large number of persons of security interest.
In the wake of the Australian drawdown in Afghanistan there has been much discussion of what was achieved, was it worth it and has it made a long-term difference. Clive Williams shares his perspective in the Canberra Times.
Professor Clive Williams writes in the Canberra Times how the Australian government's actions in 2014 means there is a greater likelihood of Australians becoming terrorism victims overseas.
Visiting Fellow Clive Williams writes about the debate over the group Is Hizb-ut Tahrir