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Global Terrorism: A Threat To Humanity(Terrorism In Europe And European Strategies), Vol.5

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ISBN: 9788178352664    Publisher: Kalpaz Publications Year of publishing: 2003     Format:  Hardback No of Pages: 384        Language: English
Description About The Author:- Prof. Ramesh Chandra, was born in a family of freedom fighters on July 1st. 1957 in village Bijwara, District Meerut of Uttar Pradesh. He started his research career at University...Read more
Description About The Author:- Prof. Ramesh Chandra, was born in a family of freedom fighters on July 1st. 1957 in village Bijwara, District Meerut of Uttar Pradesh. He started his research career at University of Delhi and then went to the New York Hospital-Cornell University Medical Center, as well as at the School of Medicine, State University of New York at Stony Brook as a faculty member and then went to Harvard University Medical School-Massachusetts General Hospital joined at MIT, Cambridge, USA. On his return to India he joined the faculty at the University of Delhi, where he is currently a Professor of Chemistry and Director of Dr. BR Ambedkar Centre for Biomedical Research: in addition to his present assignment as Vice-Chancellor of Bundelkhand University, Jhansi (UP). He was appointed Professor (Research Scientist) by the UGC at the young age of 35 years. He is a creator, performer and builder of institutions of higher learning. He has established Dr. BR Ambedkar Centre of Biomedical Research at University of Delhi, when he was just 33 years old and became its Founder Director. He was appointed as youngest Vice-Chancellor of Bundelkhand University on March 24th, 1999 at the age of 41 years. He has metamorphosed it into a Center of Excellence by creating 36 institutes of higher learning and increasing the capacity of students from 225 to 90000 and raising the number of faculty member from 8 to 270 in such a short span of time. Prof. Ramesh Chandra is a scholar and an eminent scientist. He has done pioneering research work in the field of drug development and his inventions are being used in the development of drugs for Neonatal jaundice and breast tumor. He is recipient of several National and International Awards such as: UGC Career Award, Prof. DP Chakravorty Commemoration Award, The Rockefeller Foundation, USA Biotechnology Career Award, UGC Research Scientist Award, Fullbright Scholarship, Award of the Highest Honor of the Soka University, Japan and Fellowships of: the Royal Society of Chemistry, UK, International Academy of Physical Sciences. He is also recipient of National Scholarship of the Govt. of India and many more. He is member of more than three dozen scientific and academic societies as well as founder of several academic and scientific societies and institutions. He has been visiting scientist at various University and research institutions all over the world.Contents:- Contents # Preface ix: Introduction 1: PART-I: EUROPE: 1. In Europe 5: Ethnic Tension • Terrorism of Ideologies • World: Terrorism • Environmentalist Terrorism.: 2. Action and Engagement 13: Amsterdam Incident •European Terrorism • The: Red Army Faction (RAF) • The Red Brigades (RB): • Alberto Franceschini • Policy Adopted with: Convicted Terrorists • Conclusion.: 3. Western European Perspective 39: Present-Day Terrorism • Left-Wing Terrorism in: Germany • Right-Wing Extremist Groups • Left and: Right-wing Terrorism • State Sponsored Terrorism: • Ethnic and Student Extremism • The Changing: Conditions: Historical Overview • Traditionalists': Terrorist Tactics • Ideological Terrorism and Ethnic: Terrorism • Emergence of IRA • Mixed Economy of: Ireland: North and South • Favourable Conditions: • Pluralist Politics • The Polarisation for Terrorism: • IRA and Its Adventures • The Bequest of Irish: Republican Army • The Unravelling of a Plot: • Recommencement of Harmonious Relations: • Another Major Division within the IRA • Uprisings: of 1967 • Official and Provisional Violence: • Permission for Orange Marches (1970) • British and: Provo Strategies: A Change • Reaction to British: Reform Tactics • Irish Republican Army:: Factionalization and Terror • The British Policy: • Misperceptions of Britain and Ireland • The: Traditionalists' Conflict • Emergence of the Baader-: Meinhof • Bases for Contemporary Ideological: vi Terrorism in Europe and European Strategies: Terrorism • Germany in the State of Chaos • Post-: World War II Germany • Emergence of Political: Party System • Dramatic Economic Growth and: Political Stability • German Socialist Student Alliance: (SDS): Its Radical Principles • Expansion of: University Enrollment • Second Phase of: Radicalization • Baader-Meinhof Terrorists:: Psychological Opinions • Unfavourable Conditions: for Terrorism • Conclusion.: 4. Facets of and General Themes in, the United: Kingdom's Response to Terrorism 113: Shape of the Terrorist Challenges • Foreigners and: Foreign Targets • Northern Ireland Associated: Terrorism • The Legislative Response • Banishment: • Stop, Question and Search • Stop and Search in: Great Britain • Freezing the Accounts of Terrorist: • Wider Powers to Arrest and Extended Detention: • Choice of Strategy • Combating the Terrorism: • Themes: The Experience of United Kingdom: • European Court of Human Rights (ECHR): • Examination of Tourists • Internment without Trial: • Arrest and Extended Detention without Charge: • Fair Trial • Convention Organs' Role Evaluation: • The European Court of Justice • Finding out the: Political Solution • Affair after April 1998: 5. The Insane Populations: Northern Ireland and: 'Trouble Makers' 145: The Intimidating Circumstances • The Social Context: • Terrorism in Ireland: 6. Terrorism in Italy from 1969 to 1983 : The Police: Response 165: The Relevant Characteristics • The Political Reaction: • Relevant Features of the Security System • Main: Events in the Conflict • The Firot Offensive (1969-: 75) • Dramatic Events from 1975 to Moro: Kidnapping (March 1978) • Political Crisis of: Terrorism 1973-83 • Relationship between Political: System and Security System in the Context of: Terrorism.: Contents vii: 7. Inter-governmental Cooperation between the: European Union Member States 189: • Impetus for the Third Pillar of Judicial and Home: Affairs Cooperation • The Maastricht Third Pillar,: Positive Contribution to the Conflict • Integrated: and Coherent Anti-terrorist Policy • Limited and: Well-defined Strategy • The Public Conference: • Visible and Workable Structures of Accountability: • Consequences of Failing to Uphold the Rule of: Law • Conclusion.: 8. Counterterrorism: Major Objective of European: Police Cooperation 221: Ideology of Police Cooperation • The General: Problem • Terrorism Defined • International Police: Cooperation Slow and Hesitant Development: • Security Interest of West European Countries: • Police Organisation • The Legal Framework: • Conclusion.: 9. The Unending Conflict 237: CCC • Kremlin's Surreptitious Support.: PART-II: ASIA: 10. Terrorism in Sri Lanka 253: Challenges to Security • Tamilian Conflict: • Resolution Democracy and Resolution of: Conflict• 1999 Presidential Polls • The Mediator: Norway • Ceasefire and Prospects for Talks.: 11. China's Xinjiang State: The Taliban Factor 267: Xinjiang Unrests • Attempts to Buy Off the Taliban: • Mobilising Neighbours • China's Dilemma.: 12. Nepal: The Maoist Threat 279: Origin of the Movement • Charter of Demands • The: Social Foothold • Prospects.: PART-III: AFRICA: 13. Terrorism in Sub-Saharan Africa 295: The European Presence • Colonial Situation • The: Political Relationships • The Nationalist Movements: viii Terrorism in Europe and European Strategies: • (A) Minority White-Ruled System • Independent: Black Africa • Black-Ruled Political Systems: • Political Opposition in Black Africa--The Rarity of: Terrorism • Conclusions.: PART-IV: NORTH AMERICA: 14. North Africa and the Middle East 323: The Palestine Liberation Organisation (PLO) • The: Kurds • Iranian Minorities • Polisario • Armenian: Terrorism • Iran's Inspiration • State Sponsoring.: 15. The United States and Terrorism in Southwest: Asia • Flawed U.S. Policies 333: The Road Ahead.: PART-V: SOUTH AMERICA: 16. Political Terrorism in Latin America: Critical: Assessment 353: Index 375About The Book:- Since The Days Of Yore, Terrorism Had Deep Linkage With Our Changing Modes Of Civilisation. The Acts Of Violence Are The Glaring Phenomenons Which Are Very Often Used To Oust A Ruler Or A Despot. The Methods Are Ferocious In Contents: They Are Guns, Letter Bombs, Conventional Explosives, Kidnapping, Demand For Ransom Money And Airline Hijacking. Thus Terrorists Can Attack Anything, Anywhere And At Any Time.

It Is Evident That The Governments Cannot Protect Everything, Everywhere, All The Time. However, A New Wave Of Vigilance Has Dawned At Global Level After The Violent Attack Of 11Th September In The United States. Many Of The World Countries Have Sought The Support Of Others To Strengthen Their Foreign Policy Strategies In The New Millennium., About The Author:- Prof. Ramesh Chandra, Was Born In A Family Of Freedom Fighters On July 1St. 1957 In Village Bijwara, District Meerut Of Uttar Pradesh. He Started His Research Career At University Of Delhi And Then Went To The New York Hospital-Cornell University Medical Center, As Well As At The School Of Medicine, State University Of New York At Stony Brook As A Faculty Member And Then Went To Harvard University Medical School-Massachusetts General Hospital Joined At Mit, Cambridge, Usa. On His Return To India He Joined The Faculty At The University Of Delhi, Where He Is Currently A Professor Of Chemistry And Director Of Dr. Br Ambedkar Centre For Biomedical Research: In Addition To His Present Assignment As Vice-Chancellor Of Bundelkhand University, Jhansi (Up). He Was Appointed Professor (Research Scientist) By The Ugc At The Young Age Of 35 Years. He Is A Creator, Performer And Builder Of Institutions Of Higher Learning. He Has Established Dr. Br Ambedkar Centre Of Biomedical Research At University Of Delhi, When He Was Just 33 Years Old And Became Its Founder Director. He Was Appointed As Youngest Vice-Chancellor Of Bundelkhand University On March 24Th, 1999 At The Age Of 41 Years. He Has Metamorphosed It Into A Center Of Excellence By Creating 36 Institutes Of Higher Learning And Increasing The Capacity Of Students From 225 To 90000 And Raising The Number Of Faculty Member From 8 To 270 In Such A Short Span Of Time. Prof. Ramesh Chandra Is A Scholar And An Eminent Scientist. He Has Done Pioneering Research Work In The Field Of Drug Development And His Inventions Are Being Used In The Development Of Drugs For Neonatal Jaundice And Breast Tumor. He Is Recipient Of Several National And International Awards Such As: Ugc Career Award, Prof. Dp Chakravorty Commemoration Award, The Rockefeller Foundation, Usa Biotechnology Career Award, Ugc Research Scientist Award, Fullbright Scholarship, Award Of The Highest Honor Of The Soka University, Japan And Fellowships Of: The Royal Society Of Chemistry, Uk, International Academy Of Physical Sciences. He Is Also Recipient Of National Scholarship Of The Govt. Of India And Many More. He Is Member Of More Than Three Dozen Scientific And Academic Societies As Well As Founder Of Several Academic And Scientific Societies And Institutions. He Has Been Visiting Scientist At Various University And Research Institutions All Over The World., Content:- Preface Ix: Introduction 1: Part-I: Europe: 1. In Europe 5: Ethnic Tension • Terrorism Of Ideologies • World: Terrorism • Environmentalist Terrorism.: 2. Action And Engagement 13: Amsterdam Incident •European Terrorism • The: Red Army Faction (Raf) • The Red Brigades (Rb): • Alberto Franceschini • Policy Adopted With: Convicted Terrorists • Conclusion.: 3. Western European Perspective 39: Present-Day Terrorism • Left-Wing Terrorism In: Germany • Right-Wing Extremist Groups • Left And: Right-Wing Terrorism • State Sponsored Terrorism: • Ethnic And Student Extremism • The Changing: Conditions: Historical Overview • Traditionalists': Terrorist Tactics • Ideological Terrorism And Ethnic: Terrorism • Emergence Of Ira • Mixed Economy Of: Ireland: North And South • Favourable Conditions: • Pluralist Politics • The Polarisation For Terrorism: • Ira And Its Adventures • The Bequest Of Irish: Republican Army • The Unravelling Of A Plot: • Recommencement Of Harmonious Relations: • Another Major Division Within The Ira • Uprisings: Of 1967 • Official And Provisional Violence: • Permission For Orange Marches (1970) • British And: Provo Strategies: A Change • Reaction To British: Reform Tactics • Irish Republican Army:: Factionalization And Terror • The British Policy: • Misperceptions Of Britain And Ireland • The: Traditionalists' Conflict • Emergence Of The Baader-: Meinhof • Bases For Contemporary Ideological: Vi Terrorism In Europe And European Strategies: Terrorism • Germany In The State Of Chaos • Post-: World War Ii Germany • Emergence Of Political: Party System • Dramatic Economic Growth And: Political Stability • German Socialist Student Alliance: (Sds): Its Radical Principles • Expansion Of: University Enrollment • Second Phase Of: Radicalization • Baader-Meinhof Terrorists:: Psychological Opinions • Unfavourable Conditions: For Terrorism • Conclusion.: 4. Facets Of And General Themes In, The United: Kingdom'S Response To Terrorism 113: Shape Of The Terrorist Challenges • Foreigners And: Foreign Targets • Northern Ireland Associated: Terrorism • The Legislative Response • Banishment: • Stop, Question And Search • Stop And Search In: Great Britain • Freezing The Accounts Of Terrorist: • Wider Powers To Arrest And Extended Detention: • Choice Of Strategy • Combating The Terrorism: • Themes: The Experience Of United Kingdom: • European Court Of Human Rights (Echr): • Examination Of Tourists • Internment Without Trial: • Arrest And Extended Detention Without Charge: • Fair Trial • Convention Organs' Role Evaluation: • The European Court Of Justice • Finding Out The: Political Solution • Affair After April 1998: 5. The Insane Populations: Northern Ireland And: 'Trouble Makers' 145: The Intimidating Circumstances • The Social Context: • Terrorism In Ireland: 6. Terrorism In Italy From 1969 To 1983 : The Police: Response 165: The Relevant Characteristics • The Political Reaction: • Relevant Features Of The Security System • Main: Events In The Conflict • The Firot Offensive (1969-: 75) • Dramatic Events From 1975 To Moro: Kidnapping (March 1978) • Political Crisis Of: Terrorism 1973-83 • Relationship Between Political: System And Security System In The Context Of: Terrorism.: Contents Vii: 7. Inter-Governmental Cooperation Between The: European Union Member States 189: • Impetus For The Third Pillar Of Judicial And Home: Affairs Cooperation • The Maastricht Third Pillar,: Positive Contribution To The Conflict • Integrated: And Coherent Anti-Terrorist Policy • Limited And: Well-Defined Strategy • The Public Conference: • Visible And Workable Structures Of Accountability: • Consequences Of Failing To Uphold The Rule Of: Law • Conclusion.: 8. Counterterrorism: Major Objective Of European: Police Cooperation 221: Ideology Of Police Cooperation • The General: Problem • Terrorism Defined • International Police: Cooperation Slow And Hesitant Development: • Security Interest Of West European Countries: • Police Organisation • The Legal Framework: • Conclusion.: 9. The Unending Conflict 237: Ccc • Kremlin'S Surreptitious Support.: Part-Ii: Asia: 10. Terrorism In Sri Lanka 253: Challenges To Security • Tamilian Conflict: • Resolution Democracy And Resolution Of: Conflict• 1999 Presidential Polls • The Mediator: Norway • Ceasefire And Prospects For Talks.: 11. China'S Xinjiang State: The Taliban Factor 267: Xinjiang Unrests • Attempts To Buy Off The Taliban: • Mobilising Neighbours • China'S Dilemma.: 12. Nepal: The Maoist Threat 279: Origin Of The Movement • Charter Of Demands • The: Social Foothold • Prospects.: Part-Iii: Africa: 13. Terrorism In Sub-Saharan Africa 295: The European Presence • Colonial Situation • The: Political Relationships • The Nationalist Movements: Viii Terrorism In Europe And European Strategies: • (A) Minority White-Ruled System • Independent: Black Africa • Black-Ruled Political Systems: • Political Opposition In Black Africa--The Rarity Of: Terrorism • Conclusions.: Part-Iv: North America: 14. North Africa And The Middle East 323: The Palestine Liberation Organisation (Plo) • The: Kurds • Iranian Minorities • Polisario • Armenian: Terrorism • Iran'S Inspiration • State Sponsoring.: 15. The United States And Terrorism In Southwest: Asia • Flawed U.S. Policies 333: The Road Ahead.: Part-V: South America: 16. Political Terrorism In Latin America: Critical: Assessment 353: Index 375
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