Reassessing Belgium’s “Failed” Counterterrorism Policy

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Belgium has earned a bad name in counterterrorism circles, with critics charging that its security services did too little too late when it came to disrupting the Islamic State and other groups on Belgian soil. The tragic terrorist attack in Brussels two years ago, however, marked a turning point.

Thomas Renard, Rik Coolsaet (Lawfare)