The EU Centre published a report on “Countering Islamic State-inspired Terrorism in the EU and ASEAN: A Comparative Analysis of Policies” by Nirnaya Bhatta, Yen Shan Chen, Francesco Gaetano Fazzi, Linlin Hao and Sudarta. This report discusses the emerging threats from Islamic State-inspired terrorism and their recruitment strategies. It highlights why counter-terrorism authorities need to be sceptical about the ‘territorial defeat’ of the Islamic State, and must continue to invest in counter-terrorism strategies, particularly in preventive measures to mitigate the potential threats. Click on the image to read more.
Dr Yeo Lay Hwee, Director of the EU Centre, has published a policy brief in the Asia Europe Journal (Volume 11, Number 4, December 2013) entitled “Can the EU be a serious security actor in Asia?” Please click on the featured image for the abstract and information on how to obtain a copy of this brief.
Dr Yeo Lay Hwee, Director of EU Centre, has written an article on ”Power, Interest and Norms: Competing Visions of EU-Asia Partnership”, published on Public Service Europe, an online journal on European politics, Full Article »
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