A New Dawn? Change and Continuity in Political Violence in Greece

  title={A New Dawn? Change and Continuity in Political Violence in Greece},
  author={S. Xenakis},
  journal={Terrorism and Political Violence},
  pages={437 - 464}
  • S. Xenakis
  • Published 2012
  • Sociology
  • Terrorism and Political Violence
  • With the arrest and conviction of members of the Greek Revolutionary Organization 17 November in the early 2000s, the chapter appeared to be closing on one of the last of a generation of urban guerrillas in Western Europe. Before the end of that decade, however, not only had a new batch of violent political organizations arisen in Greece, but the country had also experienced its worst social unrest in over thirty years. With a view to helping fill an emerging descriptive and analytical gap… CONTINUE READING
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