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Report: State Department Terrorism Report Raises Questions About Priorities


The State Department issued its 2020 Country Reports on Terrorism just as 2021 is coming to an end. The document is required by law and contains several interesting insights into the direction of U.S. counterterrorism policy. It also serves as an odd time capsule, as it includes no information since the fall of Afghanistan to the Taliban, which occurred in August of 2021. The document continues to emphasize the current obsession among the U.S. government with “racially or ethnically motivated violent extremism” (REMVE) or “white-identity terrorism.” The State Department was directed by Congress to include “white identity terrorism” in the…

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