Policy Papers

Policy Papers

The Program on Extremism Policy Paper series combines analysis on extremism-related issues by our researchers and guest contributors with tailored recommendations for policymakers.



A Plan for Preventing and Countering Terrorist and Violent Extremist Exploitation of Information and Communications Technology in America
Audrey Alexander
September 2019

Leveraging CDA 230 to Counter Online Extremism
Annemarie Bridy
September 2019

Three Constitutional Thickets
Daphne Keller
September 2019

Counterterrorism is a Public Function
Alexander Guittard
September 2019

Lessons from the Information War
J.D. Maddox
September 2019

Social Media, Terrorist Content Prohibitions and the Rule of Law
Stuart Macdonald
September 2019

EU Policy: Preventing the Dissemination of Terrorist Content Online
Jordy Krasenberg
September 2019

Disinformation in Terrorist Content Online
Nina Jankowicz
September 2019

Unraveling the Impact of Social Media on Extremism
Anjana Susarla
September 2019

Fighting Hate Speech and Terrorist Propaganda on Social Media in Germany
Alexander Ritzmann
September 2019

The Internet Police
Jeff Breinholt
September 2019

Filling the Gap in Our Terrorism Statutes
Mary McCord
August 2019

Surveying the Landscape of the American Far Right
Mark Pitcavage
August 2019

Terrorism Prevention in the United States: A Policy Framework for Filling the CVE Void
Haroro J. Ingram
November 2018

Radicalization in Custody: Towards Data-Driven Terrorism Prevention in the United States Federal Correctional System
Bennett Clifford
November 2018