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    Islamic State Apparently Wins Its Competition With Caucasus Emirate
    Nov14

    Islamic State Apparently Wins Its Competition With Caucasus Emirate

    Following the killing of the Ingush jamaat’s amir in Nazran on August 31, the Kabardino-Balkarian jamaat also experienced a major setback. The Russian security services managed to kill Robert Zankishiev, who was better known among the armed Islamist underground movement of the North Caucasus as Amir Abdullah, the leader of the jamaat of...

    Putin and Lavrov Again Play the Ethnic Compatriot Card
    Nov14

    Putin and Lavrov Again Play the Ethnic Compatriot Card

    Since the 1990s, Moscow has repeatedly looked beyond Russia’s borders and pledged to come to the assistance of its allegedly victimized fellow Russian citizens, or ethnic Great Russians, or Russian speakers (all three categories apply whenever Moscow finds it desirable to play this card). Transnistria, Georgia and Ukraine each exemplifies...

    ANALYSIS. Is Ukraine’s Ceasefire in Trouble?
    Nov13

    ANALYSIS. Is Ukraine’s Ceasefire in Trouble?

    Radio Free Europe/ Radio Liberty. Czech Republic. …read more Source: World Affairs...

    A Bleak Future In Eastern Ukraine’s Frozen Zone
    Nov13

    A Bleak Future In Eastern Ukraine’s Frozen Zone

    November 13, 2015 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    Ukraine Recognizes ‘Genocide’ of Crimean Tatars
    Nov13

    Ukraine Recognizes ‘Genocide’ of Crimean Tatars

    Activists had long pushed for 1944 mass deportations ordered by Stalin to be declared an act of genocide. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    The Resurrection of Vaclav Klaus
    Nov13

    The Resurrection of Vaclav Klaus

    At the get-together of Kremlin sympathizers in Greece last month, one of the headlines was the presence of Czech former President Vaclav Klaus. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Ukraine’s Naftohaz to Sue Russia Over Crimean Assets
    Nov12

    Ukraine’s Naftohaz to Sue Russia Over Crimean Assets

    The Ukrainian national oil and gas company, Naftohaz Ukrainy, plans to sue Russia over the assets lost in Crimea following the peninsula’s annexation by Russia last year, Naftohaz CEO Andry Kobolev said on November 4 (Interfax, November 4). The seizure by Russia of Chornomornaftohaz, Naftohaz’s subsidiary for oil and gas deposits in...

    OPINION. Ukraine and Russia: Can We Ever be Brothers Again?
    Nov12

    OPINION. Ukraine and Russia: Can We Ever be Brothers Again?

    Oleg Kozlovsky. New Eastern Europe. Poland. …read more Source: World Affairs...

    Roots of Russia’s War in Ukraine
    Nov12

    Roots of Russia’s War in Ukraine

    Roots of Russia’s War in Ukraine presents four perspectives on the origins of the ongoing war in Ukraine that began in February 2014, concentrating on Russian motivations and intentions. What propelled Russia to send troops into Crimea and then declare that Crimea had formally chosen to “join” Russia? Why did the conflict spread to eastern...

    FPI Resources on the Growing Crisis between Ukraine and Russia
    Nov12

    FPI Resources on the Growing Crisis between Ukraine and Russia

    …read more Source: Foreign Policy...

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