Posts Tagged ‘Belgium’

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The Comeback of Hate in Europe

  Bottom Line Up Front Germany is experiencing a renewed wave of virulent anti-Semitism and intimidation and violence directed toward immigrants, especially Muslims. Some German […] More

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The View from the Middle East

ISIS’s attack in Brussels has raised questions about where the next attack may occur. Rob Richer, former Associate Director of Operations for the CIA, agreed […] More

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The Security Challenge of Terror

In the aftermath of a terrorist attack like the one in Brussels this week, we naturally focus on the loss of life and the people […] More

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Remaining Vigilant

The Cipher Brief: First Paris, then San Bernardino, now Brussels. How widespread are ISIS networks in Europe and North America and can we expect these […] More

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Making the Investment

The Cipher Brief: First Paris, then San Bernardino, now Brussels. How widespread are ISIS networks in Europe and North America and can we expect these […] More

Briefs & Analysis

The View from the Middle East

ISIS’s attack in Brussels has raised questions about where the next attack may occur. Rob Richer, former Associate Director of Operations for the CIA, agreed […] More

Briefs & Analysis

The Scourge of Terrorism

The tragic events in Brussels on Tuesday once again brought to the forefront the seemingly never ending battle to fight the scourge of terrorism.   As […] More

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The Conundrum of Islam

As if we needed another reminder, the Brussels attacks bring into even sharper focus the specter of growing radical Muslim extremism and the threat it […] More

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Brussels: A Vulnerability Exploited

It is an horrific attack and the death toll is still mounting.  As always with terrorist attacks, the damage is not just the terrible loss […] More

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