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IN ENGLISH And the mountains will remain
 April 22nd 2009 Prague Watchdog / German Sadulayev · ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
What is really happening is that with the ending of the counter-terrorism operation in Chechnya another counter-terrorist operation is spreading to the whole of Russia.
IN ENGLISH "All that is happening today is a mirage" (interview with a Chechen insurgent)
 April 20th 2009 Prague Watchdog · ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
Of our ranks I will say this: among us there are young and old, there are doctors, construction workers, graduates of institutes and universities. We have a program of Islamic studies and international current affairs. We know what we want.
IN ENGLISH "In April we are going to conduct major operations" (interview with a member of the Chechen mujahedin)
 March 26th 2009 Prague Watchdog · ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
"Kadyrov has little power, but when the Russian troops are withdrawn from Chechnya, the Kadyrovites will lose heart."
IN ENGLISH An inspection of military mayhem (weekly review)
 January 12th 2009 Prague Watchdog / Dzhambulat Are · ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
Lining up his men on the parade-ground, the President asks them in a stern but jovial voice: “Who are you?” And in response comes a friendly, harmonious roar: “Kadyrovites!”
IN ENGLISH The war is lost, gentlemen!
 November 29th 2008 Prague Watchdog / Sergei Gligashvili · ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
The underground, which knows how to survive under the heel of a wealthy state with no lack of funds or human reserves, will find a way of making holes in the fragile system of defence.
IN ENGLISH A Green International in the North Caucasus mountains (weekly review)
 October 27th 2008 Prague Watchdog / Dzhambulat Are · ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
The thoughtful observer who is interested in the course of events therefore has only one recourse: to compare and match reports from various sources, trying to sift out the element of propaganda.
IN ENGLISH How the bandits got their funding
 July 5th 2008 Prague Watchdog / Dzhambulat Are · ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
The set of concepts with which the Kremlin operates in the Caucasus and the active vocabulary it uses to describe the armed conflict in the region remains for the time being utterly threadbare.
IN ENGLISH The Crusade hangs fire
 July 1st 2008 Prague Watchdog / Dzhambulat Are · ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
In the ninth year of the war experts say that the principal factor now blocking the effectiveness of Kadyrov’s forces is the position adopted by the Russian military.
IN ENGLISH Fail grades in Russian and warfare
 June 25th 2008 Prague Watchdog / Dzhambulat Are · ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
The audacious attacks carried out by guerrillas in Chechnya during recent days have revealed the vulnerability of the military strategy the Kremlin has constructed in the rebel republic.
IN ENGLISH The underground gets its second wind
 June 18th 2008 Prague Watchdog / Sergei Gligvashvili · ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
The Alkhazurovo raid in May, the similar attacks in Benoy, the shelling of a convoy near the village of Chishki, the shooting-up of an APC near Bamut: such is the incomplete list of recent sabotage actions by the Chechen underground.
 
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