The recent terrorist attacks in Paris and Brussels revealed that intelligence sharing between European nations and Turkey is inadequate, argues Wikistrat’s Dr. Akin Ünver in this report. He urges European countries and Turkey to come to a better intelligence-sharing agreement.
“This would mean a better personal data protection law for Turkey that eventually becomes the legal basis for faster and better transfer of criminal data,” he writes.
“If completed as intended, this will do wonders in leading to an EU-Turkish joint counterterrorism early-warning system.”
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Dr. Akin Ünver
Wikistrat Senior Analyst
Assistant Professor of International Relations at Kadir Has University