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U.S. State Department upgrades counterterrorism – CNN

On January 4, 2012, CNN's national security blog, Security Clearance reported that the U.S. State Department elevated its counterterrorism efforts to a "full-fledged bureau," thereby "putting them in the same class as its divisions that oversee regional international diplomacy and intelligence gathering." 

According to CNN

"Specifically, the new bureau will take the lead in U.S. government efforts to reduce radicalization and mobilization abroad. It will also work with the recently established Center for Strategic Counterterrorism Communications to find ways to counter violent extremist narratives, and develop alternatives for populations that are vulnerable to those messages."

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