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extremist attacks in the United States, which resulted in over 225 fatalities.[1] Tragically, this number became outdated almost immediately after it was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

The Cloudy Crystal Ball: Detecting and Disrupting Homegrown Violent Extremism

By James Pendley – Executive Summary – Some observers are critical that recent attacks related to homegrown violent extremism (HVE) in the United States have occurred because investigators had information about would-be perpetrators but missed warning signs of imminent violence.

The Cloudy Crystal Ball: Detecting and Disrupting Homegrown Violent Extremism

Countering Violent Extremism Policy in The United States: Are CVE Programs in America Effectively Mitigating The Threat of Homegrown Violent Extremism?

By Craig Stewart – Executive Summary – In 2014, the United States initiated formal programming to counter violent extremism in three test cities, pursuant to the White House’s countering violent extremism (CVE) strategy outlined in 2011’s Empowering Local Partners to

Countering Violent Extremism Policy in The United States: Are CVE Programs in America Effectively Mitigating The Threat of Homegrown Violent Extremism?

Combatting Prejudice: Understanding Media Prejudice Toward Muslims and Advocacy Organizations’ Efforts to Combat It

By Jay Teitelbaum – Executive Summary – Prejudice towards Muslim and Sikh Americans continues in America despite advocacy organizations’ efforts to combat it. In fact, the Pew Research Center compiled Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) data that show a 67

Combatting Prejudice: Understanding Media Prejudice Toward Muslims and Advocacy Organizations’ Efforts to Combat It

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