Europe Overview

April 2004
Patterns of Global Terrorism;2004, p41
Government Documents
The article discusses the state of terrorism in 2003 in Europe. The European nations are working in close partnership with the U.S. in the global counterterrorism campaign. The European Union (EU) also plays a significant role in the war on terrorism by strengthening its legal and administrative ability. As part of the efforts on terrorism, the EU and the U.S. have signed Extradition and Mutual Legal Assistance Treaties to expand law enforcement and judicial cooperation.


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