Both individually and collectively, European countries have vast experience with international and domestic terrorism. Because the point of terrorist attacks is primarily within a particular country (United Kingdom, Turkey and Spain), terrorism has come to be viewed by these states as a domestic problem. At the same time European countries have recognized the value of inter-governmental cooperation, which has been codified in various bilateral and multilateral agreements and conventions dating back to the 1950’s.
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Lowdon, Victoria; Woolliams, Angela; and Davey, Robin
Human Rights & Human Welfare: Vol. 5:
1, Article 46.
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