President Erdogan put Turkey on a nationalist road, seemingly at odds with the interests of European states. NATO is often used to support Turkey’s policies and undermine opposition. Adopting a common policy by EU-NATO members on Turkey is becoming increasingly vital to protect European interests.
EU external border control has for years produced similar exclusions as American travel bans under the Trump administration. The EU policy hasn't been subject to spontaneous upheavals of protest by European citizens comparable to Trump’s measure.
Metropolises, or ‘city-regions’, have become a key focus of comparative social research, as they form the key nodal points or ‘command centres’ in more networked and globally integrated social relations.
Under the title ‘European Jihadism in the ‘Caliphate’ Era’ the Norwegian Defence Research Establishment (FFI) and the Norwegian Ministry of Defence brought together about 80 experts in Oslo to discuss today’s jihadist terrorist threat to Europe.