Table of contents for Political parties and terrorist groups.

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Table of Content
Chapter 1 - Introduction: Political Parties and Terrorist Groups	5
Party Politics and Terrorism ¿ Conceptualization	7
Party Politics and Terrorism ¿ A Common History	11
The Emergence of Party Politics and Seeds of Terrorism: 1849-1914	11
Party Politics and Terrorism between World Wars	21
Party Politics and Terrorism in the ¿Third World¿	24
Summary and a Look Ahead	27
Chapter 2 - When Opposites Attract	31
Conditions: Entry and Exit	31
The Entry into Terrorism	32
The Exit from Terrorism	37
Types of Relationships between Parties and Terrorist Groups	40
Terrorism and Political Parties ¿ A Quantitative Overview	49
Methodology	50
Types of Relationships	51
Organizational Characteristics	53
Regime Characteristics and Political Party-Terrorist Group Relations	57
Geographical and Historical Aspects	59
Summary	61
Chapter 3 - When Political Parties Turn to Terrorism	63
The Party to Terrorist Group Transformation: Ways and Reasons	63
Political Parties Slide into Terrorism - Quantitative Overview and Illustrative Case Studies	64
The Example of Lebanon	66
The Example of Turkey	70
The Example of Argentina	71
The Example of El-Salvador	75
Time, Place and Ideology ¿ Quantitative Assessment and Examples	79
Place	79
Time of Occurrence	80
Actors and Ideology	81
The Iranian Tudeh	83
The Case of the Armed Islamic Group (GIA) and the Islamic Salvation Front (FIS)	87
Argentina¿s People¿s Revolutionary Army (ERP)	92
Peru¿s Shining Path	95
The Japanese Aum Shinrikyo	100
El-Salvador¿s ARENA	105
The Italian MSI	106
Parties Promote Terrorism	111
South Africa	111
United States	112
India	113
Summary Observation	114
Chapter 4 - When Terrorist Groups Turn To Party Politics	115
The Terrorist Group to Political Party: Types of Transformations	115
Terrorist Group to Party: Who, When and Where?	121
The Case of the Irgun, the ¿Stern Gang¿ and the Herut Party	122
The Case of the Lebanese Hezbollah	132
The Case of the Palestinian Hamas	141
The Case of the M-19 in Columbia	148
The Case of the Basque Movement ¿ ETA	151
Summary Observation	162
Chapter 5 - Political Movements, Political Parties and Terrorist Groups	165
The Case of Fatah	178
The Case of the Lebanese Amal	187
The Israeli Kach	191
Conclusions	199
Chapter 6 - A Pathway from Terrorism to Peaceful Political Party Competition	201
Sinn Fein and Northern Ireland	206
Conclusion	220
Chapter 7 - Political Parties and Terrorist Groups - Conclusions	223

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Terrorism -- Political aspects.
Political parties.
Terrorists -- Political activity -- Case studies.