Europe's law enforcement agency Europol is in the spotlight after repeated terrorist attacks in the EU. Director Rob Wainwright says lessons have been learned. But is Europe safer as a result?
As the list of terrorist attacks on Europe's soil gets longer, Europol is under pressure for a perceived lack of cooperation on security matters between EU member states. Is the EU's security in the wrong hands?
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.
Not since the Cold War has Germany's foreign policy faced such crucial tests. Ahead of the German elections, DW's Tim Sebastian and a live audience quiz politicians from Germany's six major parties on foreign policy.
The EU's law enforcement coordination agency has vowed to support nations in combating the rising threat of terrorism on European soil. But analysts have warned that unforeseen challenges remain. DW examines the issues.
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