Friday, October 14, 2016

NSCITF Report on Countering Violent Extremism

The 38 page report can be accessed directly at think link.

NSCITF Report on Countering Violent Extremism


NSCITF Report on Countering Violent Extremism
The 2016 edition of the National Security Critical Issues Task Force (NSCITF) Report is now available for download here.
The 2016 NSCITF Report on Countering Violent Extremism analyzes issues underlying activities that prevent individuals from radicalizing, adopting violent extremist ideologies, and engaging in terrorist activities. In the report, the Task Force proposes a new framework for conceptualizing and implementing CVE, and identifies recommendations for policymakers to consider for national level CVE efforts in the United States.
Media inquiries and permission requests should be directed to the Georgetown Security Studies ReviewEditor-in-Chief at GSSR@georgetown.edu.

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