Magnus Ranstorp

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Quality Manager of the European Union's Radicalization Awareness Network's Centre of Excellence

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After well-coordinated terror attacks in two major cities in just four months, Europe is bracing for more.

Open Society and the Threat of Guerilla Warfare

After well-coordinated terror attacks in two major cities in just four months, Europe is bracing for more.

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