Tagged: far-right extremism

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In Focus: Terrorist Manifestos

New In Focus now available on Terrorist Manifestos. A collection of resources that focuses on terrorists’ use of detailed manifestos, which “outline ideology, motivation, and tactical choices” for their violent attacks (ICCT). The list includes analyses of the current use of manifestos in extreme-right and white supremacist ideologies, the impacts of...

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Murder & Extremism in the U.S. in 2021

The Anti-Defamation League (ADL), founded in 1913, routinely tracks and researches hate in the United States and abroad, aiding law enforcement and providing testimonies to members of Congress.  With the release of their new report, Murder & Extremism in the United States 2021, ADL provides an in-depth overview of murders...

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New Report Compares Salafi-Jihadism and White Supremacist Extremist Ideologies

Rise of the Reactionaries: Comparing the Ideologies of Salafi-Jihadism and White Supremacist Extremism, the latest report from the Program on Extremism at George Washington University and the National Counterterrorism, Innovation, Technology, and Education Center (NCITE), explores the ideological similarities between Salafi-jihadism and right-wing white supremacist extremism. Jihadists are the ideological fringe...

Gaming and Extremism

The Institute for Strategic Dialogue (ISD) has launched a new project that will study the links between far-right extremism and online gaming. Called the Gaming and Extremism series, the goal of the project is to understand the “role online gaming plays in the strategy of far-right extremists” through a series...

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American Extremism: White Supremacists

The Counter Extremism Project‘s (CEP) report on White Supremacy Groups in the United States is an expansive list of the different types of racial elitist groups operating in the U.S. since the inception of the Ku Klux Klan (KKK) in 1865. The report identifies 199 known white supremacist groups, separated...

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Overcoming Extremism in the Private and Public Sectors

The Anti-Defamation League has released the final report from the Communities Overcoming Extremism (COE) Public and Private Sector Summits. The After Charlottesville Project Final Report is a compilation of outcomes from the two conferences dealing with domestic terrorism and far-right extremism following the Charlottesville attack in 2017. Part 1, COE’s Public Sector Summit,...

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Far-Right Terrorism and American Jihadists

The George Washington University Program on Extremism has released three new reports, two from the most prominent experts on domestic terrorism, and one on American foreign fighters. In “Surveying the Landscape of the American Far Right” by Mark Pitcavage, the author attempts to make a critical distinction between white supremacy,...