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Jessica Stern

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Terrorism policy consultant and lecturer on terrorism at Harvard University; co-author of the book ISIS: The State of Terror

Jessica Stern on KCRW

Early this morning, French police raided an apartment in a Paris suburb. They were looking for suspects connected to Friday’s terrorist attacks.

What Does ISIS Want?

Early this morning, French police raided an apartment in a Paris suburb. They were looking for suspects connected to Friday’s terrorist attacks.

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Today or tomorrow, an 18-year-old Somali-American is expected to be transferred from jail to a halfway house in Minnesota—to await trial on federal charges of terrorism.

Can Intervention Prevent Homegrown Terror?

Today or tomorrow, an 18-year-old Somali-American is expected to be transferred from jail to a halfway house in Minnesota—to await trial on federal charges of terrorism.

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We’ve just heard what world leaders are discussing in terms of how to deal with the growing threat from ISIL, but here’s the question that lies behind everything that’s happening now:…

The Allure of Extremism

We’ve just heard what world leaders are discussing in terms of how to deal with the growing threat from ISIL, but here’s the question that lies behind everything that’s happening now:…

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