Domestic terrorism now poses a greater security threat in the United States than jihadist extremists, with an increase in arrests of domestic suspects driven largely by an uptick in white nationalist and right-wing groups. The problem has come into sharp view with shootings at two U.S. synagogues this year, and on the global scale with a mass shooting at two New Zealand mosques. Meanwhile, groups like ISIS continue to carry out terror attacks around the globe, and to recruit internationally. How should governments and societies address the threat?

To discuss, Jim Braude was joined by Farah Pandith, who worked under three presidential administrations and was the first-ever Special Representative To Muslim Communities. Pandith is the author of a recent book, "How We Win: How Cutting-Edge Entrepreneurs, Political Visionaries, Enlightened Business Leaders, and Social Media Mavens Can Defeat the Extremist Threat,"