Professor Colleen Murphy co-authored a piece in an Alchemist Magazine issue centered on actionable proposals to counter radicalization. An excerpt from the essay follows:
"To deal with domestic radicalization on the right, we must focus on where radicalization is most dangerous: within the ranks of law enforcement. January 6 and its aftermath revealed the painful truth that white supremacists have already infiltrated police, military, and security agencies at multiple levels, and that they present an urgent threat from within.
To root out radicalized law enforcement officials, the United States should learn from the experience of countries forced to deal with similar problems: the former communist states in Central and Eastern Europe."
Read the full piece at alchemistmag.com.