Extremism in the Military
Join MVJ for our Webinar on Extremism In The Military on June 16th at 6:00 pm eastern time.
Learn more about this topic from research fellow at Program on Extremism Andrew Mines and director of research at Combating Terrorism Center Dr. Daniel Milton.
To participate, you must be a member of MVJ or a partner affinity group.
More about the speakers:
Andrew Mines is a Research Fellow at the Program on Extremism, where he helps lead PoE’s efforts on the Capitol Hill Siege and Nexus projects. He is the audio editor of the podcast Mosul and the Islamic State, an Investigator with the National Counterterrorism Innovation, Technology, and Education Center (NCITE), and a contributor to the Global Network on Extremism and Technology (GNET). Andrew also researches the Islamic State’s “Khorasan Province” (ISKP) in the Afghanistan-Pakistan region, and is co-authoring a book publication on the group for release in 2022. He has published opinion pieces and articles in multiple outlets including The Conversation, Washington Post, Dallas Morning News, The Interpreter, Lawfare, CTC Sentinel, War on the Rocks, Just Security, and GNET. Andrew regularly provides TV and radio commentary for various news organizations including ABC, BBC, Bloomberg, CBS, C-SPAN, Fox, NBC, and NPR, as well as commentary for other news outlets. He is a graduate of The University of Chicago, and is currently pursuing a Master of Arts in Forensic Psychology at The George Washington University.
Daniel Milton is Director of Research at the Combating Terrorism Center at the United States Military Academy and an Associate Professor in the Department of Social Sciences. He has authored peer-review articles and monographs related to terrorism and counterterrorism using both quantitative and qualitative methods. His published work has appeared a number of venues, including The Journal of Politics, International Interactions, Conflict Management and Peace Science, and Terrorism and Political Violence. His work has also been cited in U.S. and international media outlets, including The New York Times, BBC, and NBC News. He also regularly briefs and engages with elements at all levels of the United States Government, including the Intelligence Community and Department of Defense.
Prior to joining the CTC in 2013, Daniel was an Assistant Professor at Arkansas State University and a visiting faculty member at Brigham Young University. He earned a B.A. in Political Science from Brigham Young University, and his M.S. and Ph.D. in Political Science from Florida State University.