Roslyn has studied the causes and effects of Terrorism for over a decade. Her background in International Law has given her unique insight into how policies developed in the West have fueled a vicious cycle of regime change and Islamic terrorism and she continues to write on the subject for RT as well as for academic journals.

While studying for her bar exam in Germany, she published Isak, a fictional analogy of the War on Terror set in the distant future. Isak chronicles the journey of two very different characters, one a bureaucrat whose actions help maintain the stability of the political system, the other a terrorist, whose life has been shaped by these very actions. In this context, both characters – as well as the reader – gradually come to grips with the context and complexities of terrorism and learn that choices are very rarely black and white.