Read the following and answer the associated questions.
Adapted excerpt from a Speech by Dr. Javier Solana, EU Security Representative
Ladies and Gentlemen,
. . . The form of terrorism we have been facing, since the atrocious attacks against New York and Washington on 9/11, is new. It is more fanatical, more lethal,
more global than anything we have known so far. Terrorism . . . requires a global response. In the European Union Security Strategy we have identified terrorism as
one of the key threats facing Europe.
I would like to stress from the outset, that all our efforts in the field of the fight against terrorism relate to the bigger vision. This is the vision we have
set out in the EU Security Strategy: to make the world a better place, to make the world more secure. We have identified the threats of the 21st century. Terrorism
is one of them. The EU has understood the challenge . . .
At the same time, we will continue to address the underlying causes of terrorism, however difficult this might be. We need to address poverty (and other problems
that breed terrorism). . . to fight terrorists, prevent them from acting, thwart their design, track them after an attack. This is best done at the national level.
Many arrests, or disruptions or operations in Europe are the result of cooperation and sharing between services. International cooperation is fundamental in the
fight against terrorism . . .
This passage proves that
Which sentence BEST paraphrases the quote about terrorism,
It is more fanatical, more lethal, more global than anything we have known
Which of these problems is probably NOT one of the underlying causes of terrorism referred to in the speech?
Which sentence states the LEAST LIKELY way the EU would work to stop terrorism?