Terrorism in the Cold War
State Support in the West, Middle East and Latin America
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This book presents the current state of research and provides an assessment of the nature, motives, effects, and major historical shifts of the relations between individual states and terrorist organizations. The articles collected demonstrate that these state-terrorism relationships were not only much more ambiguous than much of the older literature had suggested but are, in fact, crucial for the understanding of global political history in the Cold War era.
1. Introduction -
State Support for Terrorist Actors in the Cold War: Myths and Reality (Part 2) - Adrian Hanni
2. Gladio - Myth and Reality: The Origins and Function of Stay Behind in the Case of Post-war Austria - Thomas Riegler
3. The British State and Loyalist Paramilitaries in Northern Ireland - Andrew Sanders
4. The Secret 1970 Moratorium Agreement between Switzerland and the PLO - Marcel Gyr
5. The Road Not Taken: Crisis Management, Dialogues and Deal-Making with Palestinian Fedayeen Groups in the Context of the Jordanian Triple-Hijacking Incident of September 1970 - Thomas Skelton-Robinson
6. The Lodo Moro: Italy and the Palestine Liberation Organization - Tobias Hof
7. Pact with the (Un)wanted? The Wischnewski Protocol as a Spotlight for Austro-German "Agreements" with Transnational Terrorists in the Late 1970s - Matthias Dahlke
8. Hezbollah as an Iranian Proxy in the Age of the Cold War - Ryszard M. Machnikowski
9. The Propaganda Campaign for the PFLP in Switzerland 1969-1970 - Daniel Rickenbacher
10. The United States and Nicaragua: State Terrorism during the Late Cold War - Philip W. Travis
11. Outlook - Writing the History of Modern International Terrorism: Where Are the Puzzles? -. Thomas Wegener Friis, Adi Frimark and Martin Goellnitz
This book presents the current state of research of Terrorism in the Cold War and provides an assessment of the nature, motives, effects, and major historical shifts of the relations between individual states and terrorist organizations.