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Choc Belge

Unlike most other terrorist attacks, the Brussels strikes didn't come out of nowhere. For the last four months, the city lived under unprecedented security measures, with soldiers patrolling the streets and armored personnel carriers parked across from the Royal Palace. Why did none of this help thwart the bloodshed? To discuss this, Oksana is joined by Dave Sinardet, professor of political science at the Free University of Brussels.



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