Despite the many risks of inaction, European governments are reluctant to repatriate ISIS supporters due to fear of the political consequences
The drone strike against Soleimani marks a novel shift in targeted killing, dangerous to the global order
Repatriation remains the most effective way for EU member states to assess each case, prosecute jihadists where necessary, and interrogate returnees to learn more about ISIS methods and plans
Tunisia's upcoming presidential election brings its fragmentation to light
The goal of establishing an international tribunal to prosecute ISIS fighters is gaining momentum in European capitals, however, whether this aspiration can be translated into a credible policy remains to be seen
ECFR Senior Policy Fellow Anthony Dworkin's research trip to Algiers sheds light on protestors' visions for political reform in Algeria
European governments are avoiding international obligations to take their own citizens back. And the Trump administration has noticed.
The optics of the EU-Arab League summit could prove difficult for European leaders. Yet they barely agree on what they themselves want from it
Strikes and elections are raising the tension in Tunisian society and politics. The socio-economic divisions that led to the 2011 revolution still afflict the country and are causing increased public disaffection.
As European governments look to Egypt as a partner, the country's human rights record continues to suffer with an escalating use of executions