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Jason Blazakis is a professor of practice at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies (MIIS), where he also serves as the Director of the Center on Terrorism, Extremism, and Counterterrorism (CTEC). He is also a Senior Fellow at the Soufan Center.
Trump Will Name Houthis A Terrorist Group To Box In Biden On Iran. This Will Lead To Death And Diplomacy Demise In Yemen.
No matter the final U.S. decision on licensing and waivers related to the impending Houthi designation, only one thing is clear: the job of staving off the world’s worst humanitarian disaster will be unnecessarily complicated by a terrorist designation that lacks efficacy.
Trump’s Rhetoric Breeds Radicals Who Think They’ve Been Anointed By POTUS To Fight
A President’s words always matter and until the rhetoric changes from the top, America will remain uncivil and on the brink.
The US Has Become The World’s Top Exporter Of White Extremism
It’s time for the U.S. to confront this transnational movement.
How Hate Groups Abuse The Tax Code To Fund Their Activities
The IRS should take action to revoke nonprofit status from the hate groups that use the designation to avoid paying taxes.