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Banned neo-Nazi terrorist groups still recruiting as aliases of National Action

In The News, 29 September 2017
International Security Studies, UK, Domestic Security, Terrorism
Mr Pantucci said the Government’s response to the far-right had improved following the failure to prevent bombmaker Pavlo Lapshyn murdering a Muslim grandfather in Birmingham in 2013. “The threat picture across Europe has been changing,” the director of International Security Studies added. “This stuff takes time to filter through and it’s a process – the practicalities are catching up with the legislation.”

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Raffaello Pantucci
Director of International Security Studies

Raffaello Pantucci's research focuses on counter-terrorism as well as China's relations with its Western neighbours. Prior to coming to... read more