Introducing a new framework for conceptualizing and categorizing ideologically complex extremists to aid detection, prevention, and deradicalization/disengagement efforts.
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The current Department of Defense description of extremism prohibits the effects of a problem it does not yet define. A clear definition is needed to address extremism.