February 06, 2021

Alexis Collins discusses America's domestic terrorism challenges on MSNBC

By Alexis Collins

On February 6, 2021, CNAS Adjunct Senior Fellow Alexis Collins appeared on MSNBC to discuss the differences between how U.S. and Canadian law address domestic terrorism and terrorist organizations with Ali Velshi.

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