Marc Hecker

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Marc Hecker is the Director of Publications and Chief of "Politique étrangère" at the French Institute for International Relations (IFRI) in Paris and a research fellow at the Security Studies Center. He holds a PhD in political science from University Paris Panthéon-Sorbonne and teaches a course on "terrorism and asymmetric warfare" at Sciences Po. He has written several books, including "Intifada française? De l'importation du conflit israélo-palestinien" (Ellipses, 2012) and "War 2.0. Irregular Warfare in the Information Age" (Praeger, 2009 with Thomas Rid).

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Foreign Policy Essay

When a Disunited Europe Meets Transnational Terrorism

Editor's Note: The 2015 Islamic State attacks in Paris highlighted not only the terrorist threat to Europe, but also the many European failings in intelligence and border security. Marc Hecker of the French Institute for International Relations identifies the wide range of problems Europe faces and the need for more resources, more harmonization, and less free riding.

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