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Both assailants intentionally selected targets that symbolize the world they oppose: police officers as representatives of the Belgian state and the German holiday market as a sign of Christianity. In addition, both attackers had previously attracted the attention of security forces due to their radical ties. Both were known to pose potential danger, but no one prevented them from carrying out their crimes.
When it became known that German security forces had already targeted Amri but had not apprehended him, public outrage followed, contributing to the changing political mood in Germany.
A similar discussion is emerging now in Belgium: How could Herman have been let free, given the threat he clearly posed? The events in Liege and Berlin both show European security forces aware of dangers but unwilling to act to protect the public sufficiently.
In the balancing act between the rights of criminals and public safety, Europe still tilts toward the former. Too bad for the victims.
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European security forces sometimes face the criticism that they are inefficient and fail to share information across national borders, allowing terrorists to move freely and evade capture. The need for Europe-wide policing of violent extremists is evident. Ian Buruma , among others, accuses Ellian of misrepresentation.
Hoeksma who, as part of the legal staff of the Dutch representation of the UNHCR at the time, also confirms the opposite of the aforementioned allegations.
Too bad for the victims: Europe still fails to protect public from terror
In , he graduated with a degree in international public law , criminal law , and philosophy. He remained in Brabant as a researcher until he found a position with the Amsterdam Center for International Law , of the University of Amsterdam.
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In he became an associated professor of jurisprudence, and since he is a full professor at the law faculty of the University of Leiden. Since he is the academic director of the Institute for the Interdisciplinary Study of the Law at the law faculty of Leiden.
Ellian was a regular columnist for NRC Handelsblad , and makes appearances on political discussion programs on Dutch television. Ellian writes articles for the magazine Elsevier but also for international magazines and newspapers such as Wall Street Journal , Le Monde , and Le Figaro.
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