Quoted: Daniel Benjamin on Global Terrorism

“Donald Trump’s effort to outrage American Muslims, who are the first line of defense against extremism—and whose trust in U.S. law enforcement is invaluable—will likely continue for months to come. And if the violence in Europe spreads, we still face a major challenge—a fire next door with unpredictable consequences,” says Dartmouth’s Daniel Benjamin in a Politico opinion piece about global terrorism.

Benjamin is the Norman E. McCulloch Jr. Director of the John Sloan Dickey Center for International Understanding and a former counterterrorism official at the  U.S. State Department.