Can the Fight Against Terrorism Contribute to Building New Alliances?
Why Counter-Terrorism Cooperation Is Mostly Useful, but Politically Insignificant
Paris, Bataclan, Never Forget. Photo taken by Eric Salard on November 21, 2015
In a recent debate organized by Chatham House, I argued that the fight against terrorism, unquestionably the duty of every state, can in no way be the basis for strong alliances.
The debate focused, in a provocative way, on the missed opportunity that could have been, after Sep…