What drives young men into the arms of Islamist extremists — and how can they be reintegrated into society? Five years after the deadly attacks in Paris, these urgent questions remain.
Dresden, Paris, Nice and Vienna. After four terror attacks in barely a month, it’s clear that, five years after the deadly attacks in Paris that killed 130 people, Islamist terror in Europe has not been defeated.
Once again, politicians are considering imposing stricter controls at the borders, promising closer cooperation with security services, and calling for tougher action against Islamist militants who are deemed a threat.