Countering Violent Extremism

Countering Violent Extremism

Unsuspected: The U.S. Military’s Unintended Contribution to Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs

By Nicholas King – Executive Summary – Many active-duty U.S. military members and veterans (MIL/VETs) are members of outlaw motorcycle gangs (OMGs), which have documented histories of violence and criminal activity. While MIL/VETs adopt the protocols of OMG culture in …

Unsuspected: The U.S. Military’s Unintended Contribution to Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs

Reconsidering CVE: The Unintended Consequences of Countering Violent Extremism Efforts in America

By Nabeela Barbari – Executive Summary – Between September 12, 2001, and December 31, 2016, there were eighty-five violent extremist attacks in the United States, which resulted in over 225 fatalities.[1] Tragically, this number became outdated almost immediately after it was …

Reconsidering CVE: The Unintended Consequences of Countering Violent Extremism Efforts in America

E Pluribus Analysis: Applying a ‘Superforecasting’ Methodology to the Detection of Homegrown Violence

By James Huse – Executive Summary – This thesis examines investigative decision making, cognitive biases, talent sharing, and the relationship between the random nature of lone actor violence and a set of predefined decision-making protocols. Targeted violence presents a paradox …

E Pluribus Analysis: Applying a ‘Superforecasting’ Methodology to the Detection of Homegrown Violence

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