Implicit bias in media coverage of terrorism impacts the ways in which we understand, analyze, and seek to subsequently mitigate violent extremism
| by Taylor Chin
| by J.M. Berger
Knowledge belongs to the in-group
RAND recently published a study on veterans’ extremist beliefs. See analysis from CTEC’s Amy Cooter and Sam Jackson here.
The Center on Terrorism, Extremism, and Counterterrorism (CTEC) at the Middlebury Institute for International Studies, Middlebury College is thrilled to announce that J.M. Berger and Dr. Sam Jackson are joining our analytic team as Senior Research Fellows.
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The gift will support staff positions and senior research scholars, giving CTEC the flexibility to recruit and retain an exceptional team, and positioning the center to identify and address threats to national security.
Speaking with the Washington Post, Senior Research Fellow Amy Cooter described the evolving role of paid government informants in cases against domestic terror groups.