The United States needs to take the politics of the periphery more seriously if it wants to address radicalization abroad.
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Efforts to expand the mission of the National Counterterrorism Center should begin with a review of how the Department of Homeland Security has addressed domestic terrorism since its inception in 2003.
Until the U.K. gets better at prosecuting terrorists, revoking the citizenship of Brits who joined the Islamic State might be the best policy.
In January and February, several defendants were charged, were sentenced, or pleaded in cases involving international terrorism charges.
The Islamic State staked a claim based on territorial governance. What is it without the caliphate?
Why was Indonesia missing from the U.S. intelligence community's Worldwide Threat Assessment?
On Wednesday, President Trump issued an executive order revoking an Obama administration order that created reporting requirements for U.S. counterterrorism strikes. Read the full order below.
Executive Order on Revocation of Reporting Requirement
By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, it is hereby ordered as follows:
Terrorist groups often rely on diaspora communities for support, but assistance from abroad comes with influence.
A U.S. diplomatic intervention could ease tensions between India and Pakistan.