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DETERMINANTS AND JUSTIFICATIONS FOR THE USE OF TERRORIST VIOLENCE IN SEPARATIST SITUATIONS (NORTHERN IRELAND, QUEBEC, CANADA)
An argument that the use of terror in cases of national separatism, particularly for the cases of the IRA in Northern Ireland and the FLQ in Quebec, is not indiscriminant or mindless, but part of an overall strategy used ...
Foreign aid and internal violence in Central America and the Caribbean
This study reports the relationship between the giving of United States foreign aid and political stability in eight nations bordering on the Caribbean Sea. These nations include six independent countries in Central America ...
Coercion and residence: Modeling coproduction and its impact on neighborhood safety evaluations
Diseconomies of scale and other constraints make it difficult for urban governments to provide adequately some public goods and services. One such service is community safety. But citizen coproduction, through such activities ...
The impact of general revenue sharing incentives on state tax effort
The State and Local Fiscal Assistance Act of 1972 authorized the distribution of general revenue sharing monies on the basis of formulas which provided incentives for states to increase their total tax effort and the ...
Nuclear proliferation in Third World countries: is nuclear proliferation inevitable?
Some potential nuclear powers are very much interested in going nuclear mainly because of their apprehensions of security. Alternatives for their security, such as security guarantee and/or conventional arms sales by the ...