BeschreibungThis volume combines case studies of national responses to terrorism with analyses of conceptual, political, economic and data-collection problems surrounding the control of terrorism in democratic societies over the last 25 years.
InhaltsverzeichnisPart I The problem: editors' introduction - Western responses to terrorism Alex P. Schmid and Ronald D. Crelinsten; the response problem as a definition problem, Alex P. Schmid; terrorism and democracy, Alex P. Schmid; trends in international and domestic terrorism in Western Europe, 1968-1988, A.J. Jongman. Part II European national experiences: countering terrorism in The Netherlands, Alex P. Schmid; Spain - the terrorist challenge and the government's response, Fernando Jimenez; France and the fight against terrorism, Gilbert Guillaume; the German Federal Republic's response and civil liberties, Kurt Groenewold; institutional responses to terrorism - the Italian case, Donatella della Porta; the United Kingdom's response to terrorism, David Bonner; Switzerland - terrorism and its control, Albert A. Stahel; terrorism in Austria - experiences and responses, Heinz Vetschera. Part III Western and European responses: towards a European response to terrorism - national experiences and lessons for 1993, F. Korthals Altes; the European response to terrorism, Meliton Cardona; the West's counter-terrorist strategy, L. Paul Bremer III; negotiating with terrorists, Richard Clutterbuck; combating terrorism - report to the committee on legal affairs and citizen's rights of the European parliament, M.P.M. Zagari; keeping track of terrorists after 1992, Richard Clutterbuck; Western reponses to terrorism - a 25 year balance sheet.
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: TAYLOR & FRANCIS
Erscheinungsdatum: Juni 1993
Seitenanzahl: 363 Seiten