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Los Angeles Times: I study terrorism. A white supremacist attack in my neighborhood woke me up to the danger at home
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: A violent culture? The roots of radicalization run deep
The New York Times: From Chile to Lebanon, Protests Flare Over Wallet Issues
The Guardian: The Guardian view on Extinction Rebellion: numbers alone won't create change
CNN: Trump parrots talking points from Putin, Erdogan on Syria
The New York Times: Fact-Checking Trump on Syria, Erdogan and the Kurds
TechCrunch: Catalan separatists have tooled up with a decentralized app for civil disobedience
The National Interest: Terrorism: Making a Comeback or on the Decline? A New Report Has Answers.
Council on Foreign Relations: The New Terrorism Reality
The Telegraph: Australian state proposes two-year prison sentence for possession of Extinction Rebellion 'human lock'
Vice: If 3.5% of the US Gets on Board With Climate Protesting, Change Will Happen
PRISM: The Business Case For Terrorism
Vice: Facebook Went to War Against White Supremacist Terror After Christchurch. Will It Work?
Quartz: If we are naturally violent, why do armies spend so much on training to kill?
Foreign Policy: What Terrorism Experts Can Learn From Public Health Experts
Washington Post: Rep. Adam Schiff says we need a domestic terrorism law. Civil rights groups say no.
CTC Sentinel: Eighteen Years On: The War on Terror Comes of Age
BBC Science Focus: Peaceful protests: Are non-violent demonstrations an effective way to achieve change?
The Conversation: Could climate change fuel the rise of right-wing nationalism?
Vox: How big was the global climate strike? 4 million people, activists estimate.
USA Today: Friday's global strike was likely the largest climate rally ever
The Conversation: At these colleges, students begin serious research their first year
UN CTED Analytical Brief: Responding to terrorist threats against soft targets
The Christian Science Monitor: When keepers of the peace harbor hate
Bloomberg TV Bulgaria: The advanced economies group can reduce individual cases of terrorism
USIP: To Build Peace, Boost the Women Who Lead the Movements
The Independent: Can white nationalism be reversed? How experts are trying to deradicalise America's youth
CBC: Reservist suspected of neo-Nazi ties prompts questions about whether signals missed by military
Department of State DipNote: Remembering the Victims of Terrorism
The Globe and Mail: If Jihadi Jack comes home, Canada has only itself to blame
NBC News: As Portland deals with Proud Boys protests, here's what Trump doesn't get about antifa
Small Wars Journal: Adding Strategic Nonviolence to the Unconventional Warfare Doctrine
NPR: Can You Be Addicted To Hate? White Supremacy Researchers Say 'Yes'
WTOP: The Hunt: Imprisoned extremists likely to return after release
WAMU: Experts Warn Of Dangers Of So-Called Soft Targets Following El Paso, Dayton Shootings
The Guardian: 8chan: ex-users of far-right site flock to new homes across internet
Mother Jones: “It Creates a Culture of Fear”: How Crime Tracking Apps Incite Unnecessary Panic
The Washington Post: Research into links between social media and mass shootings is lacking, experts say
The Washington Post: Who's a terrorist and who's mentally ill? We looked at 10 years of news coverage to find out.
WOSU: Domestic Terrorism And America
ABC WOI-TV: Iowan led team that uncovered El Paso shooting manifesto
AirTalk: In Wake Of Weekend Shootings, Some Call For Realignment Of National Security Priorities
Associated Press: Death penalty questionable as a deterrent to mass killing
Business Insider: What The Science Of Extremism Can Teach You About Success and Self-Worth
C-SPAN: Rehabilitation of Violent Extremists
The Washington Post: Just how bad is the white nationalist terrorism problem?
KCBS: What Does A Domestic Terrorism Investigation Entail
Christian Science Monitor: Rising white nationalist terror leaves its calling card
Wall Street Journal: Isolation and Social Media Combine to Radicalize Violent Offenders
NPR: In Aftermath Of El Paso Shooting, Police Investigate Potential Manifesto