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U.S. government efforts to counter violent extremism

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Armed Services. Subcommittee on Emerging Threats and Capabilities.

U.S. government efforts to counter violent extremism

hearing before the Subcommittee on Emerging Threats and Capabilities of the Committee on Armed Services, United States Senate, One Hundred Eleventh Congress, second session, March 10, 2010

by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Armed Services. Subcommittee on Emerging Threats and Capabilities.

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Published by U.S. G.P.O., For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Interagency coordination,
  • Government policy,
  • National security,
  • Islamic fundamentalism,
  • Qaida (Organization),
  • Terrorism,
  • Prevention,
  • Islam

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesUS government efforts to counter violent extremism
    SeriesS. hrg -- 111-822
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsKF26 .A749 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 83 p. ;
    Number of Pages83
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25281909M
    ISBN 100160880203
    ISBN 109780160880209
    LC Control Number2011506933
    OCLC/WorldCa707399436

    Countering violent extremism online has become a focus of the United States government in recent years as groups like the Islamic State and Nigeria’s Boko Haram have successfully used the. Contemporary research on effectively countering violent extremism demonstrates that religious freedom and security are symbiotic rather than mutually exclusive. This report recommends that U.S. government engagement with Tajikistan reflect best practices by integrating religious freedom requirements into all security assistance. As world leaders gathered in the White House in February to discuss strategies to counter the spread of violent extremism, the world’s attention focused on ISIS with its estima foreign fighters in Syria and Iraq and a sophisticated media operation broadcasting radical messages on social media to supporters and potential recruits.. From ISIS to Pakistan’s Taliban to Nigeria’s. Any efforts in countering violent extremism (CVE) or preventing gang violence (PGV) need to involve the community in the program design and implementation. The Global Fragility Act requires the U.S. government, in collaboration with civil society, to develop a year strategy to enhance stability and to reduce violence and fragility.


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Congress. Senate. Committee on Armed Services. Subcommittee on Emerging Threats and Capabilities.]. useful pointers to U.S. officials. Finally, the report provides recommendations aimed at. 6 Steven Heydemann, “Countering Violent Extremism as a Field of Practice,” USIP Insights, Issue 1, Spring 7 The U.S.

government defines CVE as “efforts focused on preventing all. Figure: Countering Violent Extremism is Different from Counterterrorism The federal U.S.

government efforts to counter violent extremism book does not have a cohesive strategy or process for assessing the overall CVE effort.

Although GAO was able to determine the status of the 44 CVE tasks, it was not able to determine if the United States is better off today than it was in as a result. The Trump administration has indicated it plans to take the federal government’s Countering Violent Extremism program in a new direction.

Media outlets report that it might be renamed the. White House Summit on CVE, engaging leaders from more than 60 countries in an effort to counter the spread of violent extremism around the world.

According to the White House’s fact sheet, the U.S. Government strategy to counter violent extremism globally includes focusing on. The Bureau of Counterterrorism (CT) works to strengthen partnerships, civilian capacity, and information sharing around the world to counter evolving terrorist threats and prevent the spread of violent extremism.

CT designs, manages, and oversees foreign assistance to build the civilian capabilities of foreign government partners to counter terrorism and violent extremism U.S. government efforts to counter violent extremism book an effective and [ ]. where her research focuses on security, violent extremism and conflict, with a growing counter-extremism and counter-terrorism.

He where government should focus its efforts: Strengthening digital literacy and critical consumption among young people.

Governments should support. What is the countering violent extremism program. the Government Accountability Office published a critical report evaluating federal CVE efforts. “The federal government does not have a cohesive strategy or process for assessing the overall CVE effort a CVE grantee, listed criticism of U.S.

foreign policy as a terrorism. The Trump administration’s international efforts to counter violent extremism are mixed — characterized by a lack of consistent leadership, strategy, coordination, coherence, and.

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The Administration dubbed this effort “countering violent extremism” (CVE).1 Implementation of the CVE strategy revolves around impeding the radicalization of violent jihadists in the United States. 2 As this may suggest, for this report, a couple of concepts are key.

To combat the enduring appeal of Salafi jihadism, the U.S. government and its allies have devoted an enormous amount of time, energy, and resources to counter violent extremism (CVE). The United States and its allies devote considerable financial and human resources to countering violent extremism (CVE).

CVE is a central pillar of the United States’ domestic and international counterterrorism effort, following the lead of the United Kingdom’s. For a discussion of CVE-related training efforts see U.S.

Government Accountability Office, Countering Violent Extremism: Additional Actions Could Strengthen Efforts, GAO, October (90) Spencer Ackerman and Noah Shachtman, "Video: FBI Trainer Says Forget 'Irrelevant' al-Qaida, Target Islam," Wired, Septem New In Focus now available on Countering Violent Extremism.

According to the Department of Homeland Security, “The term ‘countering violent extremism,’ or CVE, refers to proactive actions to counter efforts by extremists to recruit, radicalize, and mobilize followers to entally, CVE actions intend to address the conditions and reduce the factors that most likely.

Suspect Communities is a powerful reassessment of the U.S. government’s “countering violent extremism” (CVE) program that has arisen in major cities across the United States since Drawing on an interpretive qualitative study, it examines how the concept behind CVE—aimed at combating homegrown terrorism by engaging Muslim community members, teachers, and religious leaders in.

efforts to counter violent extremism.”3 Four months later, the Administration issued a “Strategic Implementation” plan assigning agencies and sub-agencies specific roles for executing the overall strategy for preventing violent extremism. It noted that the federal government would engage communities “on the threat of violent extremism to.

The U.S. military, through its stabilizing mission, has a role to play in countering and eliminating the drivers of violent extremism (VE).

Though the military has effective counterterrorism (CT) capability, there is a gap in its counter-VE (CVE) strategies that can be closed by linking reactive CT operations to preventative efforts to remove the drivers of VE.

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Violent opposition to Mali's government has deep roots, Free shipping over $ The Bureau of Counterterrorism leads the Department of State in the whole-of-government effort to counter terrorism abroad and to secure the United States against foreign terrorist threats.

The predecessor organization to the Bureau of Counterterrorism was the Office for Combating Terrorism, created in upon the recommendation of a special committee appointed by President Richard [ ].

Nonetheless, U.S. efforts to address violent extremism since 9/11 have disproportionately focused on “creating security space,” i.e., relying on responses by military forces, intelligence assets, drone strikes, and law enforcement.

At best, these approaches eliminate. Approved for release by the ODNI on 27 March DF National C ountcnerrorism Center -Countering Violent Extremism & Communit)-Engagement Conference November 18"' & 19" Or.

Levitt has writ1en extensively on terrorism, countering violent extremism, illicit finance and sanctions. the Middle East, and Arab­. Publications "Why the FBI had to pretend Hamas wanted to plot with ‘boogaloo boys’," The Washington Post, September 9, “White Supremacist Terror: Modernizing Our Approach To Today's Threat” Program on Extremism, April 6, "Our laws have a problem calling domestic terrorism what it is" The Hill, February 6, "The Fractured Terrorism Threat to America," Lawfare, November.

Advancing this effort means working as effectively as possible across the U.S. Government, which is why we are forming the CVE Task Force. “Countering violent extremism has become a homeland security imperative, and it is a mission to which I am personally committed,” said Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson.

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Civil rights advocates are calling for an end to a federal counter-terrorism program with a history in Illinois as part of broader demands to defund police the controversial Countering Violent Extremism initiative appears here to stay regardless of the outcome of November’s election, with President Donald Trump’s administration launching a rebranded version of the program.

The U.S. National Security Strategy states, “In the long-term, our efforts to work with other countries to counter the ideology and root causes of violent extremism will be more important than our capacity to remove terrorists from the battlefield.” Prevention can mean many different things, including promoting moderate voices that.

Officials: 'Inadequate' Government Efforts to Prevent US Terrorist Radicalization Only two dozen U.S. officials devoted to countering extremism, lawmaker says.

develop a strategy coordinated with the relevant U.S. government departments and agencies to counter white identity terrorism globally. assess the global threat from white identity terrorism, and develop, adapt, or expand programs designed to counter violent extremism to meet the challenge.

In my previous CPD Blog article, “ Why ‘Countering’ Violent Extremism Doesn’t Work,” I deemed contemporary militarized efforts seeking to curb the recruitment, radicalization and mobilization of violent extremists as a flawed approach to counter ing violent extremism (CVE).

The Bureau of Counterterrorism and Countering Violent Extremism (CT) is a bureau of the United States Department of coordinates all U.S.

Government efforts to improve counter-terrorism cooperation with foreign governments and participates in the development, coordination, and implementation of American counterterrorism policy.

In JuneAmbassador-at-Large Dell Dailey. U.S. Government response. This section describes what are on face U.S. government efforts to counter violent "ideological" extremism in general as being specifically tailored to Islamic extremism, which is not currently supported by the body text.

(New York, N.Y.) - The Counter Extremism Project (CEP) reports weekly on the methods used by extremists to exploit the Internet and social media platforms to recruit followers and incite violence. Last week, white supremacist and neo-Nazi groups leveraged their Telegram channels to capitalize on the ongoing U.S.

protests and civil disorder, encouraging users to incite violence. Editor’s Note: Programs to counter violent extremism seemed under siege in the early days of the Trump administration, with officials questioning their focus and very purpose.

Seamus Hughes and Haroro J. Ingram, of the Program on Extremism at George Washington University, argue that far less has changed than most people recognize. Despite a lot of rhetoric, U.S. government CVE. But efforts at countering violent extremism, especially at home, “have lagged badly behind other counterterrorism pillars,” said Michael Leiter, a former director of the National.

U.S. Policy to Counter Violent Extremism is Incoherent Ap November 6, The Cipher Brief’s Bennett Seftel spoke with Michael Leiter, former Director of the National Counterterrorism Center, about U.S.

government efforts to counter violent extremism. Counter-terrorism (also spelled counterterrorism), also known as anti-terrorism, incorporates the practice, military tactics, techniques, and strategy that government, military, law enforcement, business, and intelligence agencies use to combat or prevent terrorism.

Counter-terrorism strategy is a government's plan to use the instruments of national power to neutralize terrorists, their.As the online recruitment of violent extremist organizations grows, the U.S. government may benefit from promising emerging technology tools to rapidly detect targets of such recruitment efforts and deliver counter-radicalization content to them.The United States has invested tens of billions of dollars in efforts to counter overseas threats over the past decade.

These efforts, led by the Departments of State and Defense and other agencies, have included providing assistance to enhance the capability of foreign partners to combat terrorist networks, counter violent extremism, and confront transnational criminal organizations.