Reactions to the unredacted version of the Department of Homeland Security’s 2021 Report on the 2020 Portland riots, released in October 2022.
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A recently released report from the Office of Intelligence and Analysis with revised redactions reveals deficiencies in the Department of Homeland Security’s 2020 operations in Portland, Oregon.
From additional granularity in the size and scope of the threat of domestic terrorism to a more forthcoming acknowledgement of its complexity, the new assessment represents a sea change in the U.S. counterterrorism appartus.
A summary of the GWU Program on Extremism report investigating critical infrastructure attacks from domestic violent extremists and homegrown violent extremists since 2016.
The executive branch has not just the authority to draw lines that set immigration enforcement priorities in order to advance homeland security objectives—it has the duty to do so.
Ambitious national CVE policies are trapped in a vicious circle that restarts after every major terrorist attack.
On July 6, a federal grand jury in the U.S.
Congress can strengthen the Department of Homeland Security’s ability to manage its biodefense responsibilities by taking action now.
The creation of an independent review board for cybersecurity will help defenders improve.