Besides offering a definitive account of the events leading up to the storming of the Capitol and the attack itself, what should an investigative commission devoted to Jan. 6 look at?
Daniel Byman is foreign policy editor of Lawfare. He is a senior fellow at the Center for Middle East Policy at the Brookings Institution, where he focuses on counterterrorism and Middle East security. He is also a professor at Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service.
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Social media companies should develop emergency protocols to counter the exploitation by malign agents and states that seek to foment violence.
Twenty-one months after the bloodiest terrorist attack in New Zealand’s history, a government commission has released a lengthy postmortem of what went wrong.
If Al-Qaida leader Ayman al-Zawahri is in fact dead, where will al-Qaida go next and what kind of movement will Zawahri’s successor inherit?
There was some good news—as well as some troubling details— in the Sept. 17 hearing on "Worldwide Threats to the Homeland."
Addressing the threat will require working together with international partners and social media companies.