Dear Just Security readers,

This week, we are taking our regular summer break from publishing. Of course, if there are breaking developments, we will do our best to cover those. If you’re looking for some beach reading, and you haven’t read it yet, there’s always the Mueller Report

We’d also like to take this time to thank you for your readership. We strive every day to bring you content that adds value to today’s national security debate. If you’d like to support our work, you can do so here. We appreciate every little bit. 

Before we sign off, here is some of our previous coverage of the growing problem of right-wing extremism and white supremacy in the United States and what the government should do about it. Sadly, we’ve published on this topic many times before and nothing has changed in the meantime. If anything, the problem has gotten worse. 

How News Media Talk About Terrorism: What the Evidence Shows by Erin M. Kearns and Amarnath Amarasingam

New Approach After Charlottesville Violence Protects Public Safety While Preserving Rights by  Mary B. McCord

Why New Laws Aren’t Needed to Take Domestic Terrorism More Seriously by Michael German

Reframing Prevention: If Government Won’t Lead, Civil Society Must Step Up to Curb Extremism by Ryan B. Greer and George Selim

Trump Admin Says It’s Open to Suggestions to Prevent Far-Right Violence. Here Are a Few. by Michael German and Faiza Patel

Trump Administration’s Terrorism Claims Omit Crucial Available Data by Harsha Panduranga and Faiza Patel

Giving CVE a Chance: Three Steps the Administration Can Take to Improve Countering Violent Extremism Programs by Stevan Weine

Canada is Starting to Outlaw Far-Right Groups, and It’s About Time by Jessica Davis, Amarnath Amarasingam and Leah West