Terrorism Online: The Web’s Role in Radicalization

Old-fashioned paper propaganda is getting phased out. Taking its place is social media, a relative newcomer that is taking the world by storm. Social media’s open, web-based interactive formats allow for instant communication to an unlimited audience. The use of social media has dramatically risen in the last decade,

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Chandler Karadsheh

Chandler Karadsheh

Chandler Karadsheh has a degree in Strategic Intelligence and experience as a senior analyst for Border Security Alert (BSA), was the President of Nathan Hale Intelligence Studies, and project manager for a Counterintelligence journal produced in strategic partnership with a leading government agency. His areas of focus include counterterrorism, counterintelligence, and the history of American intelligence.