We need to adapt as well.
The focus on jihadist violence has often prevented states from finding and fixing other things that fuel violent extremism in the Global South.
A conversation with Rafael Ioris, an expert on Brazilian politics at the University of Denver.
Work to inoculate our communities against disinformation, increase civil participation, and collaborate to build our nation’s vital institutions.
If it turns out that antidemocratic action is not a red line for the defense industry, we need to start asking more serious questions.
Experts also warn changes at DOD won’t speed up how quickly Guardsmen could respond to future incidents.
Facebook Hosted Surge of Misinformation and Insurrection Threats in Months Leading Up to Jan. 6 Attack, Records Show
A ProPublica/Washington Post analysis of Facebook posts, internal company documents and interviews, provides the clearest evidence yet that the social media giant played a critical role in spreading lies that fomented the violence of Jan. 6.
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Data from open-source social media is generally only helpful in combination with other information.
First update since 2012 adds rules for social-media behavior.
The “underlying factors are not going away,” says one researcher.
Training must start while people are on active duty, experts said.
The president’s national strategy pivots the United States away from the worst practices of the war on terrorism—if law enforcement, courts, and agencies will follow.
“That’s where they see this rallying cry and their opportunity. Now it’s ‘time to buy a gun, run people over with a car,’ do whatever they’re going to do,” an FBI official said Tuesday.
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Pentagon Begins ‘Continuous Vetting’ of All Troops for Insider Threats, Extremism; Social Media May Come Next
Automatic alerts will flag records or activities of concern among all Defense Department personnel.
Republicans Try New Bill to Repay National Guard for Post-Riot Protection, Minus a Rapid Response Force
No House GOPers voted for a May bill that would have reimbursed the Guard more than a half billion dollars.
More than a half billion dollars in the hole, the Guard’s chief has ordered the heads of the Army and Air Guards to claw back money from state units.
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