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Homegrown Terrorism and a New Ukrainian PM

Hannah Thoburn & Simond de Galbert

Richard Aldous discusses Ukraine’s new Prime Minister with Hannah Thoburn before speaking with Simond de Galbert about homegrown terrorism in Europe.

Hannah Thoburn talks about Ukraine’s new Prime Minister, Volodymyr Groisman, and describes why he’ll need the help of his mentor—President Petro Poroshenko—if he wants to make any important reforms.

Then, Visiting Fellow at CSIS Simond de Galbert talks about the rise of homegrown Islamic terrorism in Europe, and examines the dangers of hasty generalizations regarding this rise of radicalization and francophone countries.

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