Following Syria, Iraq has come to trouble the waters of the European Union’s foreign policy, as well as the governments of many European countries. In fact, the emergence of the powerful and popular ultra-radical Islamic movement in areas where Islam was perceived as tolerant and where secularism was generally accepted is a new factor to consider. 

The situation, as it is being presented these past couple of months, should concern the EU because a general redrawing of maps is potentially...


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