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The new edition features works by CPD's Jay Wang and Sohaela Amiri, Advisory Board Member Katherine Brown, Research Fellows Diana Ingenhoff and Alexander Buhmann, and more.
A United States Institute of Peace task force offers a new way forward to strengthen societies vulnerable to extremism.
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