Overview of State-Sponsored Terrorism

April 2004
Patterns of Global Terrorism;2004, p85
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The article provides information on the significance of the state-sponsored terrorism. Libya and Sudan, one of the seven designated state sponsors of terrorism, have taken significant steps to cooperate in the global war on terrorism. On the other hand, Cuba, Iran and Syria did not take all the necessary actions to disassociate themselves fully from their ties to terrorism. However, the areas of concern on security have remained despite efforts against terrorism. INSET: Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear (CBRN) Terrorism.


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