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Professor Jocelyne Cesari discusses the lack of policy coherence among EU member states on how to deal with those returning from fighting for the so-called Islamic State.
While the idea of “lone wolf” attacks frequently characterises discussion of terrorism in the USA, radicalisation networks, particularly those facilitated online, play a significant role in facilitating it.
The report examines women’s involvement with radicalisation and violent extremism in the EU, programmes in place to prevent and counter this, and the role of women themselves in these programmes.
Two men who were arrested following the discovery of explosive materials and components at an apartment in a Paris suburb of Villejuif wanted to...