International Terrorism in the Contemporary World

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INDEX

a
Action Group Palestinian Front, 113
Al Fatah. See Fatah
Algeria, 317 , 359 , 389
Algerian Liberation Movement (FLN), 118 , 359
Al Saiqa, 169 , 170
American Draft Convention on International Terrorism, 376-382
Amnesty International, 182 , 370
Anarchism, 225-226 , 229
Anomie, 251-252
Anglo-Irish War of 1920, 79-80
Arafat, Yasser, 10 , 160 , 161 , 168 , 169-170 , 173 , 175 , 179
Argentine Anti-Communist Alliance, 67

b
Baader, Andreas, 195 , 197 , 449
Baader-Meinhof gang, 9 , 32 , 40 , 57 , 117 , 119 , 120 , 174 , 195 , 416 , 448 , 449
Ba'athist, 170-171
Bakunin, Michael, 224 , 225 , 229 , 318 , 448
Balcombe Street Incident, 29 , 32
Black Cadre, 304-305
Black Panthers, 30
Black September, 3 , 40 , 59 , 116 , 117 , 161 , 173 , 174 , 390

c
Cabinet Committee to Combat Terrorism, 26 , 58
Camus, Albert, 316 , 318 , 321 , 451
Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), 301 , 398
Chaoten, 199
Chile, 111-112
Chukakuha, 117
Clan-na-Gael brotherhood, 78
Congress of AIDP, 351
Convention for the Prevention and Punishment of Certain Acts of International Terrorism (1972), 34
Convention on International Crimes, 341 , 342-345
Council of Europe (1974), 368 , 369-370
Creation Revolutionary Fraternity. See Creation separatists
Croation separatists, 56 , 114 , 117
Cuba, 68 , 111-112 , 178 , 289 , 349 , 389 , 397 , 419
Cyprus, 289

d
Democratic Party Convention (1968), 214
Democratic Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (DPFLP), 47 , 57 , 59 , 164 , 169 , 171 , 175
Democratic Republic of Vietnam (DRV), 133 , 134
Diem, Ngo Dinh, 133-137 , 141
Diplomatic Conference of ICAO, 349 , 351
Diplomatic Conference on the Reaffirmation and Development of International Humanitarian Law, 328-329 , 330 , 331
Draft Convention on International Terrorism, 14 , 317
Dutschke, Rudi, 200

e
Easter Rising (1916), 81
Ejército Revolucionario Popular,154
El Fatah. See Fatah
Emergency Provisional Act, 85
European Cornmission of Human Rights, 337-339 , 360
European Convention on Human Rights, 115
European Court of Human Rights, 337

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