Global Politics and Violent Non-state Actors

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Natasha Ezrow

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    About the Author

    Natasha Ezrow is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Essex, where she directs the International Development Program and teaches modules in international relations, terrorism, insurgencies and conflict, as well as the politics of the Middle East, Asia, Latin America and Africa. Her research focuses on violent non-state actors, authoritarian politics, institutional decay, corruption and democratization, and she has published several books on these topics. In addition to teaching and writing, Dr Ezrow has been featured as an analyst on BBC World, BBC News, the BBC Breakfast show and Al Jazeera. She also currently works as a consultant for the United Nations Economic and Social Commission of Western Asia (UNESCWA) and the European Union External Action Service. She holds a PhD in Political Science from the University of California at Santa Barbara (2002).

    Acknowledgements

    I want to thank the students in the Government Department at the University of Essex. Their enthusiasm for global politics and violent non-state groups is what initially inspired this book. Each year I have learned so much from the discussion generated during modules on global politics, violence and violent non-state groups.

    I also want to thank the entire team at SAGE Publications for being incredibly easy to work with. It was a stress-free experience and one that I thoroughly enjoyed. They helped every step of the way to ensure that the final book was much improved from the original drafts.

    On a personal front, I want to thank my parents Jeff and Yvette, and my sister and past co-author, Erica for being so supportive. I have to also thank my daughters, Annika and Karolina for being totally adorable. And last but not least, I want to thank René for being my best friend and partner. I don’t know what I’d do without you. Ich liebe Dich über alles!

    List of Abbreviations

    • ANC African National Congress Party
    • AQI al-Qaeda in Iraq
    • AQIM al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb
    • ARENA National Republican Alliance
    • AUC United Self-Defence Forces
    • CV Comando Vermelho
    • DDS Davao Death Sqaud
    • ELN National Liberation Army
    • ETA Euskadi Ta Askatasuna
    • FALN Armed Forces of National Liberation
    • FARC Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia
    • FLN National Liberation Front (Algeria)
    • FRELIMO Mozambique Liberation Front
    • FSNL Sandinistas National Liberation Front
    • GAFE Airmobile Special Forces Group
    • GAL Anti-Terrorist Liberation Groups
    • GIA Armed Islamic Group of Algeria
    • IG Islamic Group
    • IS Islamic State
    • IRA Irish Republican Army
    • LDK Democratic League of Kosovo
    • LTTE Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam
    • MILF Moro Islamic Liberation Front
    • MK Umkhonto we Sizwe
    • MNLF Moro National Liberation Front
    • MS-13 Mara Salvatrucha
    • NPFL National Patriotic Front of Liberia
    • OECD Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development
    • PCC Primeiro Comando da Capital
    • PFLP Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine
    • PIRA Provisional Irish Republican Army
    • PKK Kurdistan Workers’ Party
    • PLO Palestinian Liberation Organization
    • PNV Basque Nationalist Party
    • PRI Institutional Revolutionary Party
    • PSC(S) Private Security Companies
    • RUF Revolutionary United Front
    • TULF Tamil United Liberation Front
    • UNITA National Union for the Total Independence of Angola
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