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Struggling to Close the Terrorist Pipeline

Since 2001, governments have spent trillions of dollars fighting terrorism, yet the number of countries impacted by terror attacks has grown. And an even larger percentage of the public now accepts this violence. This focus on military and law enforcement has left prevention programs poorly funded and lacking evaluation. But new research investigating the role of social relationships in terrorist recruitment may provide a new way forward.

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