Robin Simcox joins hosts Tom Joscelyn and Bill Roggio to discuss the ongoing jihadist threat in Europe and efforts to combat extremism in the U.K. and elsewhere. Simcox is the director of the London-based Counter Extremism Group.
As Terrorism Suspects Are Detained in Europe, Scope of Challenge Is Highlighted
Jabhat al-Nusra tank commander sees little alternative to group
Islamic State’s female bloggers draw European women to Syria
NATO launches Afghan training mission Resolute Support
Russia claims Islamic State is supplying half of all Afghan heroin coming to Europe
Europe, facing multiple threats, still isn’t spending on defense
Samantha Power, US Ambassador, Issues Warning on Anti-Semitism in Europe
US urges Europe, Asia to do more for UN peacekeeping
European women convert, join IS
Ground operation in Syria ‘not realistic’, says Turkey
Europe Tries to Stop Flow of Citizens Joining Jihad
Syria’s Qaeda chief warns West against continued strikes
Al Qaeda’s Khorasan cell is ‘clear and present danger’ to commercial flights, US official says
‘3,000 European jihadis’ now in Syria, Iraq
The terrorist organization continues to threaten the West in propaganda videos and audio recordings.
CIA halts spying in Europe
Testimony to the Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Europe, Eurasia, and Emerging Threats on the threat posed by Islamist foreign fighters returning home to Europe.
For James Foley’s Family, US Policy Offered No Hope
Kurds in Europe Take up Arms Against IS Group
Europe blind to Islamic State’s true threat
When will the US, Europe wake up to the threat of radical Islam?
Patriarchs decry Christian exodus, demand UN act
The Israeli-Palestinian conflict spills into Europe with protests, anti-Jewish slogans
Paying Ransoms, Europe Bankrolls Qaeda Terror
UN asks Europe to take Syrian refugees as region saturated
Is Obama’s Foreign Policy Too European?
Obama voices concerns of threat to US posed by European jihadists
Jihadists back from Syria are ‘deadly danger’ to Europe, Germany warns
NATO Chief Says Europe Facing New ‘Less Predictable’ Security Situation