How Terrorism Ends: Understanding the Decline and Demise of Terrorist Campaigns

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Abbreviations
ANCAfrican National Congress
ANOAbu Nidal Organization
AUCAutodefensas Unidas de Colombia (United Self-Defense Forces of Colombia)
BR/PCCNew Red Brigades/Communist Combatant Party
BR/UCCRed Brigades/Union of Combatant Communists
CCCCommunist Combatant Cells
EIGEgyptian al-Gama'a al-Islamiyyah
ELNEjercito de Liberacón Nacional (National Liberation Army)
EOKAEthniki Organosis Kyprion Agoniston
EPLEjercito Popular de Liberacion
EPRLFEelam People's Liberation Front
EROSEelam Revolutionary Organisation
ETAEuskadi Ta Askatasuna
FARCRevolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia
FBIFederal Bureau of Investigation
FISFront Islamique de Salut (Islamic Salvation Front)
FLNFront de Libération Nationale
FLQLe Front de Libération du Québec
FP-25Popular Forces of April 25
FPMR-DManuel Rodriguez Patriotic Front Dissidents
GAIal-Gama'a al-Islamiyya
GIAGroupe Islamique Armé (Armed Islamic Group)
GRAPOFirst of October Antifascist Resistance Group
GSPCGroupe Salafiste pour la Prédication et le Combat (Salafist Group for Call and Combat)
HMHizb-ul Mujahideen
HuMHarakat ul-Mujahidin
IFPInkatha Freedom Party
IISSInternational Institute for Strategic Studies
INLAIrish National Liberation Army
IRAIrish Republican Army
ISIIslamic State of Iraq
IZLIrgun Zvai Le'umi
JeMJaish-e-Mohammad
JVPJanatha Vimukthi Peramuna
KGKKONGRA-GEL
LTLashkar-e-Taiba

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