The threat of Islamic State is a priority defence strategy among European Union member states. Some are already involved in Afghanistan and Iraq or in Africa, and their societies are more prepared to see their soldiers fighting abroad.
But in this particular case, the situation is quite different.
Afghanistan was probably the only country that made an international impact thanks to al-Qaeda’s global terrorism strategy.
Compared to Islamic State, there are three major differe...
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