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Brad Evans

who see the world as an open conflict between different and competing nations (with the invariable threat of anarchism always lurking in the shadows), to modernists more generally who see the world as being threatened by the tensions caused between secularism and religious orthodoxy, and to those liberals who have appropriated Carl Schmitt’s point about politics being all about friends versus enemies. Difference, then, is the problem to be solved or at least safely managed. Violence results not from violence but from forced homogenisation and the colonisation of

Journal of Humanitarian Affairs
Susanne Martin and Leonard Weinberg

adoption of what became known as “the annihilation line.” According to this line, which obviously includes elements of anarchism, revolution could be achieved by dramatic campaigns of violence involving peasants led by radical party leaders killing their class enemies. The first manifestation of this tactic was an uprising of tea plantation workers in the fall of 1967. Led by Sanyal and Majumdar, the tea workers in Naxalbari ransacked government offices, chased off the police, and killed those they regarded as their “class enemies.” After some weeks the Indian military

in The role of terrorism in twenty-first-century warfare
Dialogue as normative grounds and object of critique
Naomi Head

. 66 Habermas, cited in Payrow Shabani, Democracy, Power, and Legitimacy, 71. 67 R. Wolff, In Defense of Anarchism (New York: Harper & Row Publishers, 1970 ), 23–7. 68

in Justifying violence
Historical trends and contemporary issues
Lee Jarvis and Michael Lister

at any other time in history, before or since’ (Jensen 2006 : 370). Anarchism is often regarded as a significant driver of such movements (for a review see Hubac-Occhipinti 2006 ), although the causal relationship between ideas and membership of clandestine organisations is, at best, tenuous (Stevens 2011 ). As Jackson et al. ( 2011 : 160) argue in the context of religious terrorism, a ‘key

in Anti-terrorism, citizenship and security
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Claire Sutherland

nationalist intellectuals. Ho Chi Minh’s communist-led Viet Minh coalition was only one of many contesting the nature of the Vietnamese nation (Tai 1992 ). Nguyễn An Ninh, for example, died in 1943 as one of many anti-colonialists to perish in the infamous French island prison of Poulo Condore. Greatly influenced by anarchism and Nietzsche, he promoted individual liberty and espoused the vision propounded by the French socialist

in Soldered states