Far-Right Extremist Violence in the US: Why is no one talking about it?
Category: On the Homefront – the HSDL Blog
Secretary of Homeland Security: Memoranda on the Implementation of Recent Border Security and Interior Enforcement Executive Orders
On February 21, 2017, Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly issued two memoranda to the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) in an effort to provide additional guidance on recent Executive Orders regarding border security and immigration law enforcement. The first memorandum implements the Executive Order titled “Enhancing Public Safety in the Interior...
Brookings op-ed analyzes lone wolf phenomenon
The first image one thinks of when picturing a terrorist is typically not one featuring a female. For many reasons women have not been closely associated with terrorist plots en masse the way men have. This is largely attributed to the status of women in societies where terrorism remains a ...
The Deterrence Calculus: Where US Goals Meet NATO-Russian Relations
FBI launches FBI Wanted App, making it easier to find missing people and fugitives.
New CPOST Study: “the average citizen and ISIS extremist have a lot in common”
New report says insider threats to aviation security are on the rise.
Jihad 2.0: Ever-changing threat requires ever-evolving strategy
February 2017 Terror Threat Snapshot from House Homeland Security Committee focuses on Islamist terrorism