The EU and its Counter – Terrorism Policies after the Paris Attacks

This paper examines the EU’s counter-terrorism policies responding to the Paris attacks of 13 November 2015. It argues that these events call for a re-think of the current information-sharing and preventive-justice model guiding the EU’s counter-terrorism tools, along with security agencies such as Europol and Eurojust. Priority should be given to independently evaluating ‘what has […]

Development Of The Organised Crime Threat Assessment (Octa) And Internal Security Architecture

Bio-Preparedness : Responding to the threat of Biological Weapons