Terror in Paris What are the challenges for a democratic Europe? And how do Parisians cope with the terror attacks in their city? On this page experts will provide background information on the Paris terror attacks. Articles and interviews Terror as a social movement (8 November 2015, in German) Professor James Davis about the ISIS-terror and the current security situation in Europe. Why are young people enthralled by Islamist ideologies and which societal development in the Arab world has to be reversed? A video interview in the aftermath of the Paris attacks. Terror in Paris and why war is the wrong answer (23 November 2015, in German) HSG lecturer Martin Booms on a new understanding of safety. Impressions from Paris (23 November 2015) HSG Master’s student Maximilian Klein is currently on a semester abroad at HEC Paris. In this article, he describes how he experienced the attacks of 13 November and the time afterwards. "Paris is not their city" (19 November 2015, in German) Sociologist Franz Schultheis sees the Paris terror attacks in the light of a divided society. A privileged urban youth is opposing the inhabitants of the Banlieues. An interview. Paris attacks: end of play? (17 November 2015) Prof. Dr. Emmanuel Alloa on the margins of democracy, which must be defended after the attacks of Paris. An opinion Piece. CharlieHebdo-Kaufmann-15Januar2015 Professor Dr. Vincent Kaufmann shares the personal attachment he has towards slain cartoonist Jean Cabut, a victim in the attacks on the Charlie Hebdo offices on 7 January 2015. The other, everyday terror (13 January 2015) Prof. Dr. Christoph Frei on the antecedents of the terrorist attacks in Paris, misguided policies and the lack of prospects among young banlieu inhabitants.