"We don't want to rush to become a 'Big Brother' society," EU Counter-Terrorism Coordinator Kerchove tells Michel Friedman on Conflict Zone.
Alexander Stubb wants to become the next president of the EU Commission. But does he have what it takes to tackle rising populism and bring together a deeply divided continent? He spoke to DW's Conflict Zone.
At a time of growing divisions in Europe over religion and migration, DW talks to Angelika Niebler, MEP for Bavaria's Christian Social Union (CSU), about whether politicians should be avoiding religious issues.
A 2016 survey showed a clear majority of Europeans want the EU to do more to tackle terrorism. Its anti-terror chief Gilles de Kerchove tells DW that while many plots have already been stopped, more attacks are likely.
After Sweden dropped its investigation into WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, Justice Minister Morgan Johansson has blamed Assange for the lack of progress on DW’s Conflict Zone.
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