Examinations of the European Union response to the threat of jihadist terrorism in Europe tend to encompass these policies with the vague label of “EU Counter-Terrorism.” This paper contends that such approach ignores the fact that the impact and influence of the European Union as a counter-terror actor diverges profoundly across the different dimensions of the response. Read more.
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