Tagged: domestic terrorism

Midyear “Snapshot” of Terror

With primaries coming to an end and the general election in sight, the continued threat of terrorism will be fiercely debated in the weeks and months to come. Candidates will, hopefully, submit policy recommendations based on current trends and data. Luckily for the electorate, the Homeland Security Digital Library (HSDL)...

Terror Threat Snapshot: New Year, Same Story

Though early into 2016, Terrorism has already impacted the new year. Recent attacks, such as the officer shooting in Philadelphia, explosions in Jakarta, and a suicide bombing in Istanbul, demonstrate that few changes are in store for 2016 when it comes to the use of terror as a strategy. With...

Answering San Bernardino:Defining Terrorism and Home Grown Extremism

As details of the mass shooting in San Bernardino continue to emerge, America is once again confronted with difficult questions. In the immediate aftermath, many wondered: was this a terrorist attack or a personal grievance? What differentiates the events of San Bernardino from last week’s attack on Planned Parenthood in...

From the Boston Marathon to the Islamic State: Countering Violent Extremism (CVE)

The Washington Institute for Near East Policy’s counterterrorism lecture series has organized numerous discussions focused on terrorism as a critical factor shaping and affecting U.S. Middle East policy. Since its inception in December 2007, the Institute’s lecture series has featured numerous officials from a diverse assortment of government agencies providing...