This book is concerned with terrorism in West European liberal democratic states and with the way in which they react, as a group in the European Community, to international terrorism. It interprets terrorism as a means of attempting to effect political change by the indiscriminate use of violence.

chapter 1|28 pages

Introduction—Terrorism and Europe: Some General Considerations

ByJuliet Lodge

chapter 2|27 pages

British Policy on Terrorism: An Assessment

ByPaul Wilkinson

chapter 3|32 pages

Terrorism in West Germany

ByEva Kolinsky

chapter 4|30 pages

Terrorism in Italy

ByChristopher Seton-Watson

chapter 5|26 pages

Dictatorship, Democracy and Terrorism in Spain

ByBenny Pollack, Graham Hunter

chapter 7|33 pages

The Evolution of Belgian Terrorism

ByDavid Laufer

chapter 8|16 pages

Terrorism in France

ByEdward Moxon-Browne