If one is able to travel into the past but at a spatial distance that puts him outside of his own past light cone would this be considered a causality violating trip? Looking at a Minkoski diagram, it would seem that one ought to be able to travel to a spatially displaced past without producing causality violations. In fact, I'm not sure you could even say whether this was the past of not for sure.
For instance: If you found a one way wormhole, that took you outside of your own lightcone but into the past, could you say for sure that you traveled through time? Would this be a form of timetravel that did not violate causality? Note; I'm not necessarily suggesting that it is an FTL trip, it may be considered to be instantaneous teleportation, but in the reverse direction of x'.