11 September 2001: War, Terror and Judgement

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List of Abbreviations

ABM

Anti-Ballistic Missile

ASEAN

Association of Southeast Asian Nations

AWACS

Airborne Warning and Control Systems

BP

British Petroleum

CAIR

Council on American-Islamic Relations

CDS

Chief of Defence Staff

CFSP

Common Foreign and Security Policy

CIA

Central Intelligence Agency

CNPC

China National Petroleum Corporation

EC

European Community

ECHO

European Commission Humanitarian Aid Office

ECHR

European Convention of Human Rights

EctHR

European Court of Human Rights

EPC

European Political Co-operation

ESDP

European Security and Defence Policy

EU

European Union

FAIR

Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting

G7

Group of Seven

G8

Group of Eight

GATT

General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade

GDP

Gross Domestic Product

GDR

German Democratic Republic

IGO

Intergovernmental Agency

IMF

International Monetary Fund

IRA

Irish Republican Army

ISAF

International Security Assistance Force

JHA

Justice and Home Affairs

KFOR

Kosovo Force

KLA

Kosovo Liberation Army

MPAC

Muslim Public Affairs Council

NAFTA

North American Free Trade Agreement

NATO

North Atlantic Treaty Organisation

NGO

Non-Governmental Agency

OECD

Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development

OPEC

Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries

OSCE

Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe

PoW

Prisoner of War

RAF

Red Army Faction

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