Definition of Tupac amaru revolutionary movement
1. Noun. A Marxist-Leninist terrorist organization in Peru; was formed in 1983 to overthrow the Peruvian government and replace it with a Marxist regime; has connections with the ELN in Bolivia.
Category relationships: Act Of Terrorism, Terrorism, Terrorist Act
Generic synonyms: Foreign Terrorist Organization, Fto, Terrorist Group, Terrorist Organization
Geographical relationships: Peru, Republic Of Peru
Lexicographical Neighbors of Tupac Amaru Revolutionary Movement
Literary usage of Tupac amaru revolutionary movement
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Terrorist Group Profiles (1993)
"tupac amaru revolutionary movement (MRTA) Date Formed 1983, with first terrorist acts in 1984. »t ~ / Estimated Membership 100-200. Headquarters Unknown. ..."
2. Foreign Policies of the Soviet Union by Richard Felix Staar (1991)
"... Revolutionary Forces (FPR-LZ) Nicaragua Sandinista Front of National Liberation (FSLN) Panama Dignity Battalions Peru tupac amaru revolutionary movement ..."
3. Technology Against Terrorism: Structuring Security (1994)
"... peoples in remote areas, as well as between them and the Tupac Amaru Revolutionary Movement, another Marxist- Leninist guerrilla group active in Peru. ..."
4. Landmine Monitor Report 2000: Toward a Mine-Free World by International Campaign to Ban Land Mines, International Campaign to Ban Landmines (2000)
"... early 1990s against the guerrilla groups Sendero Luminoso (Shining Path) and Movimiento Revolucionario Tupac Amaru (tupac amaru revolutionary movement). ..."
5. The Human Rights Watch Global Report on Prisons by Human Rights Watch, Human Rights Watch (Organization, Human Rights Watch (Organization) (1993)
"... convicted of belonging to Peru's two guerrilla insurgencies: the Communist Party of Peru-Shining Path and the tupac amaru revolutionary movement (MRTA). ..."
6. Defiant Again: Indigenous Peoples and Latin American Security by Donna Lee Van Cott (1998)
"While the Ashaninka successfully expelled from their territory the now nearly defunct tupac amaru revolutionary movement (MRTA) in the early 1990s, ..."