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CBC: How to clamp down on the threat of white nationalism after recent U.S. mass shootings

As U.S. President Donald Trump visits El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio after a series of fatal mass shootings, the many are talking about the threat of white nationalism. But how should governments start that process? For more, the CBC’s Natasha Fatah spoke with counter-terrorism expert Yan St-Pierre.

Delayed Gratification

Delayed Gratification: Fifty-one people are killed in mass shootings in Christchurch

Matthew Lee, slow journalist with Delayed Gratification, interviewed Yan St-Pierre on the mass shootings in Christchurch, committed by a far right extremist.

The Assassination of Walter Lübcke: A Murder Years in the Making

The assassination of German politician Walter Lübcke, allegedly by a far right extremist, surprised many German politicians, who appear to have suddenly become aware of the threat far right terrorism represents. Yan St-Pierre discusses, why the climate of fear and extremism has been decades in the making. (Photo: Wikimedia Commons, Frank Vincentz, CC BY-SA 3.0)


AFP: 30 killed in triple suicide bombing in NE Nigeria

AFP interviewed Yan St-Pierre on the triple suicide bombing in northeast Nigeria.