The Biden administration on Tuesday released the first-ever “National Strategy for Countering Domestic Terrorism,” following a 100-day comprehensive review ordered by President Biden on his first day in office.
Why it matters: It’s the first national plan for countering what the White House is calling “the most urgent terrorism threat the United States faces today,” echoing previous assessments by Attorney General Merrick Garland, FBI Director Christopher Wray and the intelligence community.
The strategy calls for more information-sharing between the government and tech sector, other nations and among domestic law enforcement agencies.
Read the full article.
The strategy is organized around 4 pillars:
1. Understand and share domestic terrorism-related information
2. Prevent recruitment and mobilization to violence
3. Disrupt and deter domestic terrorism activity
4. Confront long-term contributors https://t.co/T9NnyOI30j
— Axios (@axios) June 15, 2021