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Our Latest Report
 

On April 12th, we released a new report that offers findings on military arrestees from the Capitol Hill siege. The report also offers some recommendations on how to confront extremism in the U.S. military community. 

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GW Extremism Tracker

Our monthly updates detail terrorism-related activities and court proceedings in the United States. 

ISIS Files

The ISIS Files
 

In September 2018, The New York Times announced a partnership with the George Washington University (GW) to preserve, digitize, translate, and provide analysis of The ISIS Files documents and publish them on an open, searchable website.

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Events
 

In maintaining its commitment to bringing nuanced perspectives from experts in the field of violent and non-violent extremism, the Program on Extremism regularly hosts panel discussions, invited speakers, and other events.


 

 

Our Mission

The Program on Extremism at George Washington University provides analysis on issues related to violent and non-violent extremism. The Program spearheads innovative and thoughtful academic inquiry, producing empirical work that strengthens extremism research as a distinct field of study. The Program aims to develop pragmatic policy solutions that resonate with policymakers, civic leaders, and the general public.

 


News and Announcements

Stay tuned for information about upcoming events by checking our website, following us on Twitter, and joining our mailing list.


PoE Research on Capitol Hill Siege Featured in Senate Hearings

 

Our preliminary report on the Capitol Hill Siege has featured directly in Senators' remarks in both the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs and the Senate Committee on the Judiciary in their reviews of the January 6th attack. We look forward to continuing our work and helping to guide the discussion going forward.