Terrorism

21 September 2006
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Terrorism at Sheridan Circle: 30 years ago 21 September 2006
By Saul Landau

Ideology as façade for criminality 14 September 2006
By Saul Landau

War, Repression, Terrorism: Political Violence and Civilisation in Western and Muslim Societies
A study by Jochen Hippler
Commentaries by Nasr Hamid Abu Zaid and Amr Hamzawy
Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen, Stuttgart, Germany, September 2006

Global War on Terrorism Leaves Region in Turmoil 7 September 2006
By Praful Bidwai
Five years after U.S. President George W. Bush launched his "global war on terrorism", the world has become more unsafe, more divided, more strife-prone, more paranoid, and ironically, more vulnerable to terrorism, says Bidwai.

It's the foreign policy, stupid August 2006
By Oscar Reyes
The latest terrorist scare is being used to demonise Muslims and suppress dissent over British foreign policy. We should be as worried about this as we are scared by the threat of further terror plots, writes Oscar Reyes

Fighting terror with terror? 29 July 2006
By Praful Bidwai
Those who call for India to emulate Israel regarding Mumbai bombings are asking to copy a disgraceful model, rooted in illegality, gross immorality, and the terrorising of innocent civilians, writes Bidwai.

A disastrous model 29 July 2006
By Praful Bidwai
Those advocating armed attacks on Pakistan in response to the Mumbai bombings wish to emulate Israel's aggression. That is the worst model India could follow, says Bidwai.

India hamstrung on Israel 2 August 2006
By Praful Bidwai
There is a major rift between Indian government and segments of the public over Israel's actions in Lebanon and Gaza strip, writes Bidwai.

Gathering the Pieces After the Mumbai Blasts 13 july 2006
By Praful Bidwai
The Mumbai bombings were one of the gravest acts of terrorism in Indian history. But they do not pose a systemic challenge to the state, and India should avoid the temptation of passing counter-productive draconian laws, writes Bidwai.

Letter from Ground Zero
By Fred Halliday
The momentous changes in world politics provoked by the 9/11 attacks have still not been recognised in the United States itself, reports Fred Halliday in New York

Terrorism and delusion 12 April 2006
By Fred Halliday
The experts and the statistics say that the terrorist threat is diminishing. Fred Halliday takes a deeper look.

Counterinsurgency and Political Control:
US Military Strategies Regarding Regional Conflict
April 2006
By Jochen Hippler
In this in-depth study, Hippler analyses insurgencies and counter-insurgencies as basically struggles for legitimacy, both locally and internationally, using political and military means. In a context of often unilateral or even imperial US foreign policy or policies of doubtful legality, the US armed forces may be militarily superior to all potential foes, but quite vulnerable in the competition for political legitimacy. This paper describes and analyses US military doctrines as regards control of regional conflicts.

Bush's security strategy: defend the nation, change the world 31 March 2006
By Mariano Aguirre
The United States's linkage of pre-emption and failed states reflects a shift in rhetoric that leaves untouched the freedom to wage endless war, says Mariano Aguirre.

The Attorney-General comes to town 28 March 2006
Fred Halliday
Alberto Gonzales's evasions and apologetics about torture expose the United States administration's wider moral blindness, says Fred Halliday. However, the pervasive, institutional and sanctioned misconduct witnessed in Iraq goes further than this, and speaks to the endurance of the mentalities the US and Britain have inherited from their history of military conduct worldwide.

The Torture Line
By Naima Bouteldja and Robin Virgin
There is mounting evidence that the UK Foreign Office, armed forces and intelligence services are complicit in the illegal removal of suspects from one country to another for questioning and, in some cases, torture. Bouteldja and Virgin report.

Spain's 11-M and the right's revenge 13 March 2006
By Mariano Aguirre
The Madrid massacre of 11 March 2004 was the prelude to the political defeat of Spain's political right. Two years on, says Aguirre, it is deploying a conspiracy theory about 11-M as part of its comeback.

Terrorism Then and Now 11 August 2005
By Saul Landau
Michael Townley, who killed Orlando Letelier and several anti-Pinochet Chileans in the '70s, got a generous plea bargain from the US government, and walks freely on US streets after serving only five years. Meanwhile, other people sit in Guantanamo on suspicion that they might just be thinking of planning terrorism. Apparently, Washington has changed its criteria for evaluating terrorism, writes Landau.

The Crisis of Universalism: America and Radical Islam after 9/11 16 September 2004
By Fred Halliday
In a trenchant analysis of the post-9/11 world, Fred Halliday documents the two-sided assault both by the United States and its fundamentalist enemies on universal principles. Can citizens of the world retrieve a confident, humane politics from beneath the rubble?

Abu Ghraib Shows Moral Degradation 27 May 2004
By Boris Kagarlitsky

Terrorism in Historical Perspective Open Democracy, 22 April 2004
By Fred Halliday

50 kilometres down the road, you find a totally different kind of Islam Development and Cooperation 2/2004
Interview with Jochen Hippler

The Threats of Empire: Mexico, Watch Out! 20 March 2003
By Saul Landau

Lessons from Spain 18 March 2004
By Praful Bidwai
Three big factors underlie the momentous change that has occurred in Spain, writes Bidwai: the powerful sentiment against the war and occupation of Iraq, anger against the Aznar government for lying about the identity of the agency behind the March 11 attacks, and growing popular sympathy for the cause of regional autonomy and decentralisation of power.

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