Countering Violent Extremism

Rethinking Counterterrorism

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Nov 2nd, 2023

The Cost of Consensus in the Eighth Review of the UN Global Counter-Terrorism Strategy

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Jul 17th, 2023

The Limits of What Gov’t Can Do About Jan. 6th Committee’s Social Media and Extremism Findings

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Jan 10th, 2023

Insiders’ View of the January 6th Committee’s Social Media Investigation

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Jan 5th, 2023

As Women and Children Return to the West from Syrian Camps, Lessons From Sweden

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Dec 6th, 2022

The Failing Response to Violent Extremism in Africa – and the Need to Reform the International Approach

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Sep 19th, 2022

Tech Firms Promise to Address Hate and Extremism, Again

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Sep 15th, 2022

Preventing Violent Extremism in Africa: The Overlooked Role of Mayors and the Governments They Lead

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Sep 9th, 2022

Oversight Reports Raise Questions About Value of DHS Counterterrorism Efforts

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Aug 17th, 2022

Will the EU’s Digital Services Act Reduce Online Extremism?

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May 16th, 2022

Ahead of the State of the Union: Analysis from Diplomats, Top Experts

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Feb 28th, 2022

More Federal Coordination Needed to Tackle U.S. Domestic Extremism

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Jan 24th, 2022

Insight Into Biden’s Counterterrorism Thinking Suggests More of the Same

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Oct 18th, 2021

The Politics of Repatriation and Power of Community Reintegration in Peacebuilding

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Aug 31st, 2021

Addressing Masculinities and Gender Stereotypes to Prevent Violent Extremism and Terrorism

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Aug 30th, 2021

What the Review of the UN Global Counter-Terrorism Strategy Tells Us About How Far We Have Come Since 9/11

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Jul 27th, 2021

Opening Pandora’s Box: New “Threats” in the Global Counter-Terrorism Strategy

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Jun 14th, 2021

Twenty Years After 9/11, the US Needs a Better Strategy to Prevent and Counter Violent Extremism

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May 6th, 2021

Gender and Right-Wing Extremism in America: Why Understanding Women’s Roles is Key to Preventing Future Acts of  Domestic Terrorism

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Mar 5th, 2021

Revitalize US Multilateral Engagement on Counterterrorism and Violent Extremism as Well

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Mar 3rd, 2021

Letting Diplomacy Lead US Counterterrorism: What Would That Look Like?

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Mar 1st, 2021

Families in the Crosshairs of National Security

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Feb 22nd, 2021

To Prevent Domestic Terrorism, the US Needs Community Reporting That Protects Civil Liberties

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Feb 9th, 2021

If the US Wants to Push Back on Authoritarian Agendas at the UN, Get Counterterrorism Right

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Feb 1st, 2021

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