Before Jihadists There Were Anarchists: A Failed Case of Transnational Violence

@article{Aydinli2008BeforeJT,
  title={Before Jihadists There Were Anarchists: A Failed Case of Transnational Violence},
  author={Ersel Aydinli},
  journal={Studies in Conflict \& Terrorism},
  year={2008},
  volume={31},
  pages={903 - 923}
}
  • E. Aydinli
  • Published 13 October 2008
  • Political Science
  • Studies in Conflict & Terrorism
With the wave of violent jihadist activities in recent years, the world's attention has shifted away from a traditional prioritizing of state forms of formal violence toward one focusing on an apparently “new” phenomenon of transnational violence. Yet transnational violence itself is not a new phenomenon; it in fact precedes international, state-centric violence. For reasons related to gaps or defects within the state system or to surges in the capacities of individuals and societies… Expand
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