How we win : how cutting-edge entrepreneurs, political visionaries, enlightened business leaders, and social media mavens can defeat the extremist threat / Farah Pandith.
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|Erlanger Branch||363.325 P189h 2019 (Text)||33126022482818||New Adult Nonfiction||Available||-|
- ISBN: 9780062471154
- ISBN: 0062471155
- ISBN: 9780062471161
- ISBN: 0062471163
- Physical Description: 511 pages : illustrations, map ; 24 cm
- Edition: First edition.
- Publisher: New York, NY : Custom House, 
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Includes bibliographical references (pages  - 494) and index.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Farah Pandith, one of the world’s most respected experts on countering violent extremism and the first-ever United States special representative to Muslim Communities, reveals how we can stop the rapid spread of extremist ideology.
Mass shootings in the name of foreign armies; cars running down innocent pedestrians; suicide bombs destroying schools—only a miniscule sample of the savage terrorist attacks of last year. After so much effort, so much money, so much proclaimed expertise, it is clear that extremism is not diminishing but spiraling out of control. Unable to stem recruitment, we seem doomed to a worsening struggle with a constantly evolving enemy that remains several steps ahead of us. Meanwhile, current policies seem as if they were carefully calibrated not to reduce extremist violence, but to encourage it.
But while most policymakers don’t realize it, we actually possess the means right now to inoculate communities against extremist ideologies. In How We Win, Farah Pandith shows us how we can do just that. Based on visits to eighty countries, thousands of discussions, interviews, and focus groups she’s held around the world, as well as her own high-level experience on the National Security Council, at the State Department and on the Homeland Security Advisory Council, Pandith exposes the surprising root causes and dynamic by which Muslim millennials are pulled toward extremism. She also reveals exactly how that dynamic can be profoundly disrupted, incapacitating the abilities of radicals to turn millennials and Gen Z toward violence—a strategy that requires dispensing with outdated twentieth-century policy approaches, drawing instead on a new kind of power, Open Power, which mobilizes the expertise and resources of diplomats, corporate leaders, mental health experts, sociologists, entrepreneurs, and most of all, Muslim youth themselves.