Perfect storm: ‘Paris massacre may enflame public opinion on migrant crisis, NATO interventions’

Saturday, November 14, 2015
By Paul Martin
14 Nov, 2015

French President Hollande has declared a state of emergency across the country as Paris comes to grip with a series of terrorist attacks that led to the death of 127 people in the capital, which was placed under curfew for the first time since World War II.

RT interviewed several analysts for their opinions on what these deadly coordinated attacks in the French capital mean not only for the freedom of movement across Europe, but for the ongoing Syrian military operation, which has brought together various state actors – including the US and Russia – in an increasingly shrinking and volatile military theater.

Alain Corvez, Former Advisor to French Interior Ministry, provided insight into the question as to how it is possible that Islamic State has such a long reach – right into the very heart of Europe.

Corvez believes these attacks are “linked to the geopolitical system, and what we are doing in Iraq and in Syria is directly linked to attacks.”

I think all of the specialists and experts on terrorism knew that such an attack was possible,” he continued. “This is a world war against terrorists that we have to wage. And for the first time, President Hollande said we have to fight terrorism on a larger scale.”

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