Lee DuWors (IR ’21) writes for Stanford US-Russia Forum
Prospects for American-Russian Cooperation in Countering White Nationalism
White nationalism remains an often overlooked terror threat amongst the many national security risks facing the United States and Russian Federation. While typically grounded in domestic theaters, white nationalist groups have increased the frequency and scale of their armed activities by incorporating aspects of transnational cooperation that are tactics often used by larger terrorist networks. More>>
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