Terrorism in Europe
Terrorism expert Petter Nesser talked about the rise of terrorism in Europe. His remarks were based on research included in his new book, Islamist Terrorism in Europe. Mr. Nesser said most attacks are linked to Western involvement in world conflicts. He also explained the different roles and functions within a terror cell, and what causes people to radicalize. Mr. Nesser identified the Iraq war as the major cause for the new generation of active terrorists. The event also included questions from the audience. close
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Petter Nesser Senior Research Fellow Norwegian Defense Research Establishment
David Sterman Senior Program Associate New America->International Security Program
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