Institute for the Study of Terrorism

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Group.png Institute for the Study of Terrorism   Powerbase SourcewatchRdf-icon.png
Formation1985
Founder• Jillian Becker
• Alun Jones
Extinction2000
Typethink tank
Interests“terrorism”

The Institute for the Study of Terrorism (not to be confused with the Research Foundation for the Study of Terrorism or the Research Institute for the Study of Conflict and Terrorism) was a "terrorism" research group established in 1985 by the London based South African author Jillian Becker and the right wing British politician Lord Chalfont. The Institute was registered as a charity on 6 October 1988 and removed from the Charities Register on 10 February 2000. [1] Its charitable objects were:

THE UNDERTAKING PROMOTION AND COMMISSION OF RESEARCH INTO TERRORISM AND THE ACTIVITY OF TERRORISTS AND THE DISSEMINATION OF THE RESULTS OF SUCH RESEARCH IN ORDER TO INCREASE THE STORE OF COMMUNICABLE KNOWLEDGE FOR THE EDUCATION AND BENEFIT OF THE PUBLIC. [2]

People

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Publications

  • Geldard, Ian., and Craig, Keith. (1988), IRA, INLA Foreign Support and International Connections. London: Institute for the Study of Terrorism.
  • Becker, Jillian. 1988. Terrorism in West Germany. London: Institute for the Study of Terrorism.

 

Related Document

TitleTypePublication dateAuthor(s)Description
Document:Institute for the Study of Terrorism, extract from The "Terrorism" Industrybook extract1990Edward S. Herman


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