Global Efforts to Counter Violent Extremism

Global Efforts to Counter Violent Extremism

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Radicalization and Extremism

from Religion and Foreign Policy Series

The Washington Institute for Near East Policy's Matthew A. Levitt, the U.S. State Department's Peter Mandaville, and CFR Adjunct Senior Fellow Farah Pandith join National Public Radio's Deborah Amos to discuss global efforts in countering violent extremism, with a focus on the identity, goals, and bureaucratic organization of the Islamic State group.

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