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Authored by Lorenzo Vidino | August 2010

ISIS's Leadership Crisis: A Vacancy at the Top Threatens the Group's Global Operations
Authored by Haroro Ingram and Craig Whiteside | Foreign Affairs | February 3, 2022


Thousands of men, women and children remain in detention because of their former ties to ISIS
Authored by Devorah Margolin and Austin Doctor | Washington Post | February 2, 2022


The Islamic State Threat in Taliban Afghanistan: Tracing the Resurgence of the Islamic State Khorasan
Authored by Amira Jadoon, Abdul Sayed, and Andrew Mines | CTC Sentinel | January 27, 2022


Understanding Accelerationist Narratives: The Boogaloo
Authored by Matt Kriner, Alex Newhouse, and Jon Lewis 
GNET
November 18, 2021


The Taliban Haven’t Changed, But U.S. Policy Must
Authored by Haroro J. Ingram, Andrew Mines, and Omar Mohammed
Lawfare
October 31, 2021


Afghanistan and American Jihadists: More Inspiration, Less Destination
Authored by Bennett Clifford and Seamus Hughes
Lawfare
October 27, 2021


The Taliban Can't Take on the Islamic State Alone
Authored by Amira Jadoon and Andrew Mines
War on the Rocks
October 14, 2021


The Myth of Moderate Jihadis
Authored by Lorenzo Vidino
FP
September 22, 2021


The evolving Taliban-ISK rivalry
Authored by Amira Jadoon, Andrew Mines, and Abdul Sayed
The Lowy Institute 
September 7, 2021


History’s rhymes in the fall of Kabul and Mosul: Flawed ideas, broken promises, and poisonous spin
Authored by Haroro J. Ingram and Omar Mohammed
ICCT
September 2, 2021


What is ISIS-K? Two terrorism experts on the group behind the deadly Kabul airport attack and its rivalry with the Taliban
Authored by Amira Jadoon and Andrew Mines
The Conversation
August 26, 2021


For some Capitol Hill rioters, Jan. 6 was just the beginning
Authored by Madi Birkenfeld, Ilana Krill and Andrew Mines
Dallas Morning News
July 26, 2021


Pride & Prejudice: The Violent Evolution of the Proud Boys
Authored by Matthew Kriner and Jon Lewis
CTC Sentinel
July 2021


A Sea Change in Counterterrorism
Authored by Carly Gordenstein and Seamus Hughes
Lawfare
June 13, 2021


American counterterrorism cannot be an either/or proposition
Authored by Lorenzo Vidino and Seamus Hughes
The Hill
May 25, 2021


An Assessment of the U.S. Government’s Domestic Terrorism Assessment
Authored by Seamus Hughes and Rohini Kurup
Lawfare
May 24, 2021


The Islamic State Is in Congo. What Now?
Authored by Haroro J. Ingram and Lorenzo Vidino
Lawfare
May 16, 2021


“I will never forget this for as long as I live”: Social Learning at the Capitol Hill Siege
Authored by Danielle Carrier, Ilana Krill and Andrew Mines
GNET
May 6, 2021


Male Supremacism, Borderline Content, and Gaps in Existing Moderation Efforts
Authored by Ye Bin Won and Jon Lewis
GNET
April 6, 2021


Selfie and Siege: Women’s Social Media Footprint and the US Capitol Hill Siege
Authored by Devorah Margolin and Chelsea Daymon
GNET
March 3, 2021


The U.S. government can do more to fight domestic terror without any new laws
Authored by Seamus Hughes and Bennett Clifford
The Washington Post
March 2, 2021


The Evolution of the Boogaloo Movement
Authored by Matthew Kriner and Jon Lewis
CTC Sentinel
February 2021


"Take Nothing But Pictures, Leave Nothing But (Digital) Footprints”: Social Media Evidence From the US Capitol Siege Perpetrators
Authored by Jon Lewis and Bennett Clifford
GNET
January 25, 2021


The Capitol mob’s gleeful selfies are easy to mock. They’re also a warning sign.
Authored by Seamus Hughes and Jon Lewis
The Washington Post
January 19, 2021


3D-Printed Guns, Untraceable Firearms, and Domestic Violent Extremist Actors
Authored by Jon Lewis
GNET
January 7, 2021


Why the FBI had to pretend Hamas wanted to plot with ‘boogaloo boys’
Authored by Seamus Hughes and Jon Lewis
The Washington Post
September 9, 2020


How the Coronavirus Is Affecting American Jihadist Travelers
Authored by Andrew Mines
Lawfare
August 31, 2020


Spring Provides Timely Reminder of Incel Violence—And Clarifies How to Respond
Authored by Jon Lewis and Jacob Ware
ICCT
August 28, 2020


Cryptocurrency and the Dismantling of Terrorism Financing Campaigns
Authored by Andrew Mines and Devorah Margolin
Lawfare
August 26, 2020


Facebook’s Disruption of the Boogaloo Network
Authored by Jon Lewis
GNET
August 3, 2020


Rethinking Domestic Terrorism Law After Boogaloo Movement Attacks
Authored by Jon Lewis
Lawfare
July 27, 2020


Revamping American "Soft Power": The Case for Centralizing America's Messages to the World
Authored by Haroro J. Ingram and Alexander Guittard
Foreign Policy Research Institute
July 20, 2020


Europe Frets, America Yawns: The Trans-Atlantic Gap on Domestic Islamism
Authored by Lorenzo Vidino
Hudson Institute
July 16, 2020


#Hamas: Using Twitter to Gain Legitimacy or Incite Violence? 
Authored by Devorah Margolin
GNET
July 6, 2020


#Hamas: A Thematic Exploration of Hamas’s English-Language Twitter 
Authored by Devorah Margolin
Terrorism and Political Violence
June 23, 2020


Pandemic Propaganda and the Global Democracy Crisis
Authored by Haroro J. Ingram
War on the Rocks
May 18, 2020


Can the Islamic State's Afghan Province Survive Its Leadership Losses?
Authored by Andrew Mines and Amira Jadoon
Lawfare
May 17, 2020


5G and the Far Right: How Extremists Capitalise on Coronavirus Conspiracies
Authored by Alexander Meleagrou-Hitchens and Blyth Crawford
GNET
April 21, 2020


The State Department Should Designate the Russian Imperial Movement as a Foreign Terrorist Organization
Authored by Jon Lewis and Mary McCord
Lawfare
April 14, 2020


Telegram’s Cryptocurrency Could Have a Terrorism Problem
Authored by Andrew Mines
Just Security
March 5, 2020


Our laws have a problem calling domestic terrorism what it is
Authored by Jon Lewis and Seamus Hughes
The Hill
February 6, 2020


Lessons from the Islamic State’s ‘Milestone’ Texts and Speeches
Authored by Haroro J. Ingram, Craig Whiteside, and Charlie Winter
CTC Sentinel
January 2020


Caliph Abu Unknown: Succession and the Legitimacy in the Islamic State
Authored by Haroro Ingram and Craig Whiteside
War on the Rocks
November 25, 2019


The Fractured Terrorism Threat to America
Authored by Seamus Hughes and Devorah Margolin
Lawfare
November 10, 2019


In Syria, the Women and Children of ISIS Have Been Forgotten
Authored by Devorah Margolin, Joana Cook, and Charlie Winter
Foreign Policy
October 26, 2019


Islamic State Affiliate Seeks to Expand in Afghanistan
Authored by Andrew Mines and Amira Jadoon
Lawfare
October 23, 2019


When Pain is Thicker Than Blood: Surviving Scourge and Purifying the Ranks
Authored by Asaad Almohammad and Jon Lewis
Foreign Policy Research Institute
September 26, 2019


How to act against domestic terrorists — and their foreign supporters
Authored by Haroro Ingram and Jon Lewis
The Hill
September 15, 2019


Taking Aim: Islamic State Khorasan's Leadership Losses
Authored by Amira Jadoon and Andrew Mines
CTC Sentinel
September 2019


It’s Not Only Iraq and Syria
Authored by Seamus Hughes and Jon Lewis
Lawfare
August 23, 2019


A Review of Transatlantic Best Practices for Countering Radicalisation in Prisons and Terrorist Recidivism
Authored by Lorenzo Vidino and Bennett Clifford
Europol
July 13, 2019


De-Platforming and the Online Extremist’s Dilemma
Authored by Bennett Clifford and Helen Christy Powell
Lawfare
June 6, 2019


From Battlefront to Cyberspace: Demystifying the Islamic State's Propaganda Machine
Authored by Asaad Almohammad and Charlie Winter
Combating Terrorism Center at West Point
June 5, 2019


The Guerrilla ‘Caliph’: Speeches that Bookend the Islamic State’s ‘Caliphate’ Era
Authored by Haroro J. Ingram, Craig Whiteside, and Charlie Winter
CTC Sentinel
May 29, 2019


Erdogan’s Long Arm in Europe
Authored by Lorenzo Vidino
Foreign Policy
May 7, 2019


Doxing and Defacements: Examining the Islamic State’s Hacking Capabilities
Authored by Audrey Alexander and Bennett Clifford
CTC Sentinel
April 26, 2019


Destination Jihad: Italy’s Foreign Fighters
Authored by Francesco Marone and Lorenzo Vidino
ICCT
March 19, 2019


Jihadist ‘Responsibility to Protect’ Appeals: Propaganda Wars for the Moral High Ground
Authored by Haroro J. Ingram
ICCT
March 14, 2019


A Practical Guide to the First Rule of CTCVE
Authored by Alastair G. Reed and Haroro J. Ingram
ICCT
March 18, 2019


Trump’s Domestic Countering Violent Extremism Policies Look a Lot Like Obama’s
Authored by Seamus Hughes and Haroro J. Ingram
Lawfare
March 10, 2019


Do Great Nations Fight Endless Wars? Against the Islamic State, They Might
Authored by Haroro J. Ingram and Craig Whiteside
War on the Rocks
February 25, 2019


Sixteen-Year-Old American Islamic State Fighter Reportedly Captured in Syria
Authored by Seamus Hughes and Bennett Clifford
Lawfare
January 9, 2019


The Story of an American Islamic State Member Allegedly Captured in Syria
Authored by Seamus Hughes and Alexander Meleagrou-Hitchens
Lawfare
January 6, 2019


Strasbourg shooting: Why known extremists can carry out terror attacks
Authored by Lorenzo Vidino
BBC News
December 15, 2018


United States v. Aws Mohammed Younis al-Jayab: A Case Study on Transnational Prosecutions of Jihadi Foreign Fighter Networks
Authored by Seamus Hughes and Bennett Clifford
CTC Sentinel
December 14, 2018


Confronting America’s Violent Extremists: A Terrorism Prevention Strategy for the Homeland
Authored by Haroro J. Ingram
Foreign Policy Research Institute
November 26, 2018


Rethinking “Prison Radicalisation” – Lessons from the U.S. Federal Correctional System
Authored by Bennett Clifford
ICCT
November 16, 2018


The Caliph's Role in the (un)Surprising Resilience of the Islamic State
Authored by Haroro J. Ingram and Craig Whiteside
Foreign Policy Research Institute
October 25, 2018


Treatment of Terrorists: How Does Gender Affect Justice?
Authored by Audrey Alexander
CTC Sentinel
September 10, 2018


Prosecuting the Islamic State Fighters Left Behind
Authored by Jenna Consigli
Lawfare
August 1, 2018


A Brief Update on Ethnic Georgian Foreign Fighters in the Islamic State
Authored by Bennett Clifford
Jihadology
July 31, 2018 


The Cup and the Caliphate: Russia’s Counterterrorism Operations Before Major Sporting Events and the Global Jihadist Movement
Authored by Bennett Clifford
Lawfare
June 22, 2018


America's Terrorism Problem Doesn’t End with Prison—It Might Just Begin There
Authored by Lorenzo Vidino and Seamus Hughes
Lawfare
June 17, 2018


“That is what the terrorists want”: Media as amplifier or disrupter of violent extremist propaganda
Authored by Haroro J. Ingram
ICCT 
May 22, 2018


Gray Media Under the Black and White Banner
Authored by Audrey Alexander and Helen Christy Powell 
Lawfare
May 6, 2018


“Trucks, Knives, Bombs, Whatever:” Exploring Pro-Islamic State Instructional Material on Telegram
Authored by Bennett Clifford
CTC Sentinel
May 2018


Whose Responsibility is it to Confront Terrorism Online?
Authored by Seamus Hughes
Lawfare
April 27, 2018


Reverse-Engineering The ISIS Playbook, Part II: CT-CVE Messaging Lessons From ISIS's English-Language Magazines
Authored by Haroro J. Ingram and Alastair Reed
Vox Pol
April 18, 2018


Reverse-Engineering The ISIS Playbook, Part I: CT-CVE Messaging Lessons From ISIS's English-Language Magazines
Authored by Haroro J. Ingram and Alastair Reed
Vox Pol
April 13, 2018


Hyperlinked Sympathizers: URLs and the Islamic State
Authored by Samantha Weirman and Audrey Alexander
Studies in Conflict & Terrorism
March 26, 2018


The Only Islamic State-Funded Plot in the U.S.: The Curious Case of Mohamed Elshinawy
Authored by Seamus Hughes
Lawfare
March 7, 2018


Terror Online And Off: Recent Trends in Islamic State Propaganda Operations
Authored by Charlie Winter and Haroro J. Ingram
War on the Rocks
March 2, 2018


Marginalizing Violent Extremism Online
Authored by Audrey Alexander and William Braniff
The Atlantic
January 21, 2018


A New American Leader Rises in ISIS
Authored by Seamus Hughes and Bennett Clifford
The Atlantic
January 13, 2018


First He Became an American—Then He Joined ISIS
Authored by Seamus Hughes, Alexander Meleagrou-Hitchens, and Bennett Clifford
The Atlantic
May 25, 2017


How to fight ISIS online
Authored by Audrey Alexander
Foreign Affairs
April 7, 2017


The Threat to the United States from the Islamic State’s Virtual Entrepreneurs
Authored by Seamus Hughes and Alexander Meleagrou-Hitchens
CTC Sentinel
March 9, 2017


The Muslim Brotherhood: Terrorists or Not?
Authored by Mokhtar Awad and Samuel Tadros
The Wall Street Journal
March 1, 2017


Why the United States Should Be as Circumspect as the British about the Muslim Brotherhood
Authored by Lorenzo Vidino
Lawfare
February 12, 2017


Islamic State is successfully radicalizing Americans. How do we stop them?
Authored by Seamus Hughes
LA Times
May 18, 2016


The Islamic State's Pyramid Scheme: Egyptian Expansion and the Giza Governorate Cell
Authored by Mokhtar Awad
CTC Sentinel
April 2016


Egypt's New Radicalism: The Muslim Brotherhood and Jihad
Authored by Mokhtar Awad
Foreign Affairs
February 4, 2016


Material Support or Bust
Authored by Seamus Hughes
The Brookings Institute 
August 31, 2015


Fax Machine Radicalization: A Menace
Authored by Seamus Hughes
War on the Rocks
July 23, 2015


How to stop ISIS from recruiting American teens
Authored by Lorenzo Vidino and Seamus Hughes
Washington Post
June 17, 2015


Explaining the Lack of an American Domestic Counter-radicalization Strategy
Authored by Lorenzo Vidino
Understanding Deradicalization: Pathways to Enhance Transatlantic Common Perceptions and Practices, Middle East Institute
June 10, 2015


Sharia4: From Confrontational Activism to Militancy
Authored by Lorenzo Vidino
Perspectives on Terrorism, Terrorism Research Initiative
April 2015

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The Need for a Specific Law Against Domestic Terrorism
Amy C. Collins | September 2020


Confronting Racially and Ethnically Motivated Terrorism: A Call To Designate Foreign White Identity Extremist Groups Under U.S. Federal Law
Amy C. Collins | September 2020


Unpacking the Links Between Ideas and Violent Extremism
Pete Simi | August 2020


Challenges Posed by Returning Foreign Fighters
Adam Hoffman and Marta Furlan | March 2020


Transnational Neo-Nazism in the USA, United Kingdom and Australia
Paul Jackson | February 2020


The Architects of Salvation: How IS Foreign Fighter Recruitment Hubs Emerged in Tunisia
Nate Rosenblatt | September 2019


Strategic Operational Continuum: Retooling Prevention (PDF)
Joumana Silyan-Saba | April 2019


Nidal Hasan- A Case Study in Lone-Actor Terrorism
Katharine Poppe | October 2018


Islamic State's Re-organization in Libya and Potential Connections with Illegal Trafficking
Arturo Varvelli | November 2017


Radicalization and the Uzbek Diaspora in the Wake of the NYC Attacks
Bennett Clifford | November 2017


The Muslim Brotherhood in Austria
Lorenzo Vidino | August 2017


Jihadism in the Spanish Language After the Barcelona Attack
Manuel Torres-Soriano | August 2017


Conspiracy Theories in the Patriot/Militia Movement
Sam Jackson | May 2017


What Causes Extremist Attitudes Among Sunni and Shia Youth? Evidence from Northern India
Kunaal Sharma | November 2016


Countering Violent Extremism: Lessons on Early Intervention from the United Kingdom’s Channel Program
Talene Bilazarian | October 2016


Nazis vs. ISIS on Twitter: A Comparative Study of White Nationalist and ISIS Online Social Media Networks
J.M. Berger | September 2016


Without Prejudice: What Sovereign Citizens Believe
J.M. Berger | June 2016


Hisba in Mosul: Systematic Oppression in the Name of Virtue
Rasha Al Aqeedi | February 2016


The Islamic State’s Diminishing Returns on Twitter: How Suspensions are Limiting the Social Networks of English-speaking ISIS Supporters
J.M. Berger and Heather Perez | February 2016


Muslim Brotherhood in the United Kingdom
Lorenzo Vidino | December 2015


The Domestic Terrorism Threat in the United States: A Primer
Andrew Gumbel | December 2015

Persuade or Perish: Addressing Gaps in the U.S. Posture to Confront Propaganda and Disinformation Threats:
Haroro J. Ingram | February 2020


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

Imitators or Innovators? Comparing Salafi-Jihadist and White Supremacist Attack Planning in the United States

Authored by Bennett Clifford and Alexander Meleagrou-Hitchens | April 2022


The Women of January 6th: A Gendered Analysis of the 21st Century American Far-Right

Authored by Hilary Matfess and Devorah Margolin | April 2022


This is the Aftermath: Assessing Domestic Violent Extremism One Year After the Capitol Siege

Authored by Haroro J. Ingram | September 2021


Moral Dominance: Policing Minds, Spirits, Bodies, and Markets

Authored by Asaad Almohammad and Clemens Holzgruber | June 2021


The System of Zakat and Charities Under the Islamic State

Authored by Aymenn Jawad Al-Tamimi | June 2021


You Reap What You Sow: The Importance of Agriculture to the Islamic State’s Governance Strategy

Authored by Devorah Margolin, Mathilde Becker Aarseth, Hans Christensen, Tati Fontana, and Mark Maffett | June 2021


Women in the Islamic State: Victimization, Support, Collaboration, and Acquiescence

Authored by Devorah Margolin and Charlie Winter | June 2021


The Founding Fathers of American Jihad: The Impacts and Legacies of Anwar al-Awlaki, Samir Khan, and Ahmad Abousamra

Authored by Bennett Clifford | May 2021


The Islamic State’s Department of Soldiers

Authored by Craig Whiteside, Anas Elallame, Moorthy Muthuswamy, and Aram Shabanian | April 2021


Rehabilitating Children of ISIS: Extracting Recommendations from the Education-Related ISIS Files

Authored by Sara Zeiger, Farangiz Atamuradova, Lilah Elsayed, and Muna Chung | April 2021


Policing as Rebel Governance: The Islamic State Police

Authored by Beatrice De Graff and Ahmed S. Yayla | April 2021


“This is War” Examining Military Experience Among the Capitol Hill Siege Participants

Authored by Lorenzo Vidino, Jon Lewis, and Andrew Mines | September 2020


My Beloved Brothers in God, This Is An Invitation: The Islamic State’s Dawa and Mosques Administration

Authored by Aaron Y. Zelin | December 2020


Inside the Islamic State in Mosul: A Snapshot of the Logic & Banality of Evil

Authored by Haroro J. Ingram and Devorah Margolin | June 2020


The Islamic State's Real Estate Department: Documents and Analysis

Authored by Aymenn Jawad Al-Tamimi | June 2020


The Islamic State's Ideology: History of a Rift

Authored by Cole Bunzel | June 2020


The ISIS Files: An Introduction

Authored by Lorenzo Vidino | June 2020


White Supremacist Terror: Modernizing Our Approach to Today's Threat

Authored by Lorenzo Vidino and Seamus Hughes | June 2015

 

The Role of the Oath Keepers in the January 6 Attack on the United States Capitol
Written Testimony of Jon Lewis
Research Fellow, Program on Extremism

Before the Alaska House Military and Veterans' Affairs Committee
February 10, 2022


The State of Homegrown Terrorism
Written Testimony of Seamus Hughes
Deputy Director, Program on Extremism

Before the California State Assembly Select Committee on the State of Hate
November 16, 2021


Assessing the Threat from Accelerationists and Militia Extremists
Written Testimony of JJ MacNab
Fellow, Program on Extremism

Before the U.S. House of Representatives Homeland Security Committee
July 16, 2020


Low Cost, High Impact: Combatting the Financing of Lone-Wolf and Small-Scale Terrorist Attacks
Written Testimony of Seamus Hughes
Deputy Director, Program on Extremism

Before the U.S. House of Representatives Financial Services Committee
September 6, 2017


Combatting Homegrown Terrorism
Written Testimony of Seamus Hughes
Deputy Director, Program on Extremism

Before the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Oversight and Government Reform
July 27, 2017


Allies Under Attack: The Terrorist Threat to Europe
Written Testimony of Seamus Hughes
Deputy Director, Program on Extremism

Before the U.S. House of Representatives Foreign Affairs Committee
June 27, 2017


Beyond Iraq and Syria: ISIS' Global Reach
Written Testimony of Lorenzo Vidino
Director, Program on Extremism

Before the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations
June 8, 2017


Countering the Virtual Caliphate
Written Testimony of Seamus Hughes
Deputy Director, Program on Extremism

Before the U.S. House of Representatives Foreign Affairs Committee
June 23, 2016


Egypt: Challenges and Opportunities for U.S. Policy
Written Testimony of Mokhtar Awad
Research Fellow, Program on Extremism

Before the U.S. House of Representatives Foreign Affairs Committee, Subcommittee on Middle East and North Africa
June 15, 2016


Inside the Mind of ISIS: Understanding Its Goals and Ideology to Better Protect the Homeland
Written Testimony of Lorenzo Vidino
Director, Program on Extremism

Before the U.S. Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs
January 20, 2016



The Rise of Radicalization: Is the U.S. Government Failing to Counter International and Domestic Terrorism?
Written Testimony of Seamus Hughes
Deputy Director, Program on Extremism

Before the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Homeland Security
July 15, 2015


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Our Capitol Hill Siege Infographic features a live geospatial visualization of all federally-charged January 6th rioters' home states and counties.  


The Domestic Extremism Tracker follows arrests and legal proceedings for individuals in the U.S. charged with offenses related to white supremacist, militia, and other accelerationist movements. 


Our GW Extremism Tracker covers all U.S. legal cases and proceedings involving homegrown extremists and foreign terrorist organizations.


Visit our Nexus page to see short, primary source-based analyses that monitor Islamic State and al-Qaida affiliates across the Middle East, Africa, and Asia, as well as their support and enabling networks across the West