Foreign Policy Research Institute A Nation Must Think Before it Acts Terrorism at Home and Abroad: An Update on the Level of Threat and Possible Responses

Terrorism at Home and Abroad: An Update on the Level of Threat and Possible Responses

  • September 27, 2016

Clint Watts, an FPRI Robert A. Fox Fellow, is a widely-consulted expert on radicalization, counter-radicalization, and the use of social media by terrorists and other criminal elements. A former FBI Special Agent, Watts is a regular on MSNBC’s Morning Joe, and has recently testified on Capitol Hill about the terrorist attacks in Europe and ISIS’ recruitment efforts. His essays and blogs appear regularly in Foreign Policy, War on the Rocks, and Geopoliticus: The FPRI Blog.

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