ENC Analysis – One Decade After the 2011 Uprisings: Islamist Militancy in MENA as an EU Security Threat

The European Neighbourhood Council (ENC) released its new analysis entitled “One Decade After the 2011 Uprisings: Islamist Militancy in MENA as an EU Security Threat”.

The ENC Analysis is written by Dr. Ebtisam Hussein, Associate Professor of Political Science at Cairo University. She also holds the position of Associate Professor of Middle Eastern Studies at Sun Yat-sen University in China and that of ENC Academic Council member.

For many years, the EU has been subjected to several organized terrorist acts by diverse political motives. Due to its possible detrimental influence on the European Union, it is critical to evaluate the future of Islamist militancy in the MENA region. In this publication, Dr. Hussein analyses the MENA militancy after the 2011 upheavals and set some questions about the causes of the violence and what might be done.

The full analysis is available in the PDF version below.

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