Across borders, it seems that there are more questions than answers to the phenomenon of growing numbers of young people who are becoming radicalised. A cross-border exchange of experiences. The “Radicalisation – NOidea?” series of events aims to contribute to this dialogue.(Vertretung des Landes Niedersachsen bei der EU)
In the immediate aftermath of 911 the main threat was from established terrorist networks — such as Al Qaeda and its allies, including the Jemaah Islamiyah. Now, intelligence services around the world, including those in Singapore, are increasingly concerned with the dangers of \”self-radicalisation\”.Loh Chee Kong (Today Online)
Rik Coolsaet is one of the opening speakers of the European Forum Alpbach. For ‘Alpbach News’ he talks about Misper¬ceptions, religious revivals, Al-Qaeda and security questions of today’s world.
Professor Rik Coolsaet argues that the US president who uses nuclear weapons without being attacked will be impeached. Expert on international terrorism, Prof. Coolsaet says there is no way US will use nuclear weapons against Iran and if it happens, America will lose its world supremacy.Selçuk Gultasli (Zaman (Turkey))