Tag: Spain

Spain’s Counter-Terrorism Policy Under Challenge by Al-Qaeda and ETA
By July 6, 2007 Read More →

Spain’s Counter-Terrorism Policy Under Challenge by Al-Qaeda and ETA

The Basque separatist group ETA said that it would end a 15-month cease-fire and resume its terrorist campaign “on all fronts to defend the Basque homeland.”

Spain’s Feminized War on Terror Goes Awry
By April 22, 2007 Read More →

Spain’s Feminized War on Terror Goes Awry

The anti-terrrorism policies of Spanish Prime Minister José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero are making Spain more—not less—vulnerable to terrorism.

ETA: The Beginning of the End?
By January 25, 2007 Read More →

ETA: The Beginning of the End?

The car bomb set off by the Basque separatist group ETA has produced a profound split within Spain’s political establishment: those on the left remain open to the idea of re-establishing dialogue with ETA; those on the right believe that ETA must be forced into an unconditional surrender. The main beneficiary of this divide has […]