At least 34 people are reported dead after a series of blasts at Zaventem International airport and Maelbeek metro station in Brussels on Tuesday.
The attacks come four days after Salah Abdeslam, the main suspect in the jihadist terror attack in Paris on Nov. 13 last year, was arrested in the Molenbeek area of the Belgian capital.
Brian Nussbaum, expert on terrorism and Richard Lachmann, a political sociologist at Rockefeller College in New York, give Metro their opinions on the devastating attacks.
Brian Nussbaum, expert on terrorism at Rockefeller College: “This attack will change the rhetoric around the Syrian refugee issue in Europe.”
Why has Brussels been attacked?
Richard Lachmann, a political sociologist at the University at Albany, New York: “Statistically, Brussels is safe.”