For all the progress the United States has made in fighting terrorist networks, there has been a general challenge to confront the terrorism ideology. A new Hudson Institute study examines how the U.S. government could mount an effort to address this issue by working to change the ideological climate in the Muslim world.
The Hudson Institute held a discussion on the group's study. The report identifies which types of governmental and nongovernmental organizations should be created to conduct this effort.
Featured speakers include James Glassman, the Undersecretary of State for Public Diplomacy & Public Affairs under President George W. Bush and William Galston, the Former Deputy Assistant to President Clinton on Domestic Policy. They discuss ways to combat extremism in the U.S. and globally.