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Focus Articles
 NEW PW > ANALYSIS 
North Caucasus terrorism and the search for funding
May 27th 2010   Prague Watchdog / Dmitry Shlapentokh
The proliferation of terrorist activity in the North Caucasus may be deeply connected with the jihadists? attempts to acquire additional funds, which they badly need.  IN ENGLISH MORE
North Caucasus terrorism and the search for funding
 NEW PW > ANALYSIS 
The West's approach to the Caucasus
May 25th 2010   Prague Watchdog / Valery Dzutsev
A stable political settlement in the South Caucasus can only be quickly achieved by a decisive change in the West?s approach. IN ENGLISH MORE
The West\'s approach to the Caucasus
 NEW PW > WEEKLY REVIEW 
Death in Europe (weekly review)
May 5th 2010   Prague Watchdog / Vadim Borshchev
Part of the blame lies with the refugees themselves, since when they apply for asylum the vast majority of them do not tell the truth, and claim to have been members of the resistance. IN ENGLISH MORE
· ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
Death in Europe (weekly review)
 NEW PW > ANALYSIS 
War without end
May 2nd 2010   Prague Watchdog / Sergei Markedonov
The "emir" takes responsibility for the attacks, creating the impression of a powerful underground state whose citizens are "welded by a single purpose and connected by a single goal". IN ENGLISH MORE
· ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
War without end
 NEW PW > OPINION 
Hello Sochi!
April 30th 2010   Prague Watchdog / Usam Baysayev
It turns out that there never was any decades-long resistance by the mountain tribes, that their villages were never burned down, they were never driven out by force, and General Zass with his trunkloads of Circassian skulls never existed.  IN ENGLISH MORE
· ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
Hello Sochi!
 NEW PW > WEEKLY REVIEW 
A marriage made in heaven (weekly review)
April 28th 2010   Prague Watchdog / Vadim Borshchev
The only changes in the license to kill have involved its extension from the territory of the war, first to Russia and then to the whole planet.  IN ENGLISH MORE
· ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
A marriage made in heaven (weekly review)
 NEW PW > OPINION 
Zero casualties
April 15th 2010   Prague Watchdog / German Sadulayev
The commanders tried to minimize losses among Russian soldiers and officers. This led to the bombing and shelling, the tactic of not tackling the enemy head-on, but of blockading it and destroying it remotely. Along with casual spectators.  IN ENGLISH MORE
· ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
Zero casualties
 NEW PW > OPINION 
The list is incomplete
April 8th 2010   Prague Watchdog / Usam Baysayev
The hallmark of a terrorist act is violence directed against those who cannot defend themselves, and the securing of certain preferences by means of it. IN ENGLISH MORE
· ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
The list is incomplete
 NEW PW > WEEKLY REVIEW 
The evolution of terror (weekly review)
April 7th 2010   Prague Watchdog / Vadim Borshchev
The final stage in the development of the new terrorist strategy should be viewed as having been reached in late 2009, with the bombing of the Nevsky Express passenger train on November 27, in which 27 people died. IN ENGLISH MORE
· ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
The evolution of terror (weekly review)
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All Articles
May 27th 2010 Prague Watchdog / Dmitry Shlapentokh
North Caucasus terrorism and the search for funding
The proliferation of terrorist activity in the North Caucasus may be deeply connected with the jihadists? attempts to acquire additional funds, which they badly need. IN ENGLISH MORE
May 25th 2010 Prague Watchdog / Valery Dzutsev
The West's approach to the Caucasus
A stable political settlement in the South Caucasus can only be quickly achieved by a decisive change in the West?s approach. IN ENGLISH MORE
May 5th 2010 Prague Watchdog / Vadim Borshchev
Death in Europe (weekly review)
Part of the blame lies with the refugees themselves, since when they apply for asylum the vast majority of them do not tell the truth, and claim to have been members of the resistance. IN ENGLISH MORE
· ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
May 2nd 2010 Prague Watchdog / Sergei Markedonov
War without end
The "emir" takes responsibility for the attacks, creating the impression of a powerful underground state whose citizens are "welded by a single purpose and connected by a single goal". IN ENGLISH MORE
· ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
April 30th 2010 Prague Watchdog / Usam Baysayev
Hello Sochi!
It turns out that there never was any decades-long resistance by the mountain tribes, that their villages were never burned down, they were never driven out by force, and General Zass with his trunkloads of Circassian skulls never existed. IN ENGLISH MORE
· ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
April 28th 2010 Prague Watchdog / Vadim Borshchev
A marriage made in heaven (weekly review)
The only changes in the license to kill have involved its extension from the territory of the war, first to Russia and then to the whole planet. IN ENGLISH MORE
· ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
April 15th 2010 Prague Watchdog / German Sadulayev
Zero casualties
The commanders tried to minimize losses among Russian soldiers and officers. This led to the bombing and shelling, the tactic of not tackling the enemy head-on, but of blockading it and destroying it remotely. Along with casual spectators. IN ENGLISH MORE
· ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
April 8th 2010 Prague Watchdog / Usam Baysayev
The list is incomplete
The hallmark of a terrorist act is violence directed against those who cannot defend themselves, and the securing of certain preferences by means of it. IN ENGLISH MORE
· ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
April 7th 2010 Prague Watchdog / Vadim Borshchev
The evolution of terror (weekly review)
The final stage in the development of the new terrorist strategy should be viewed as having been reached in late 2009, with the bombing of the Nevsky Express passenger train on November 27, in which 27 people died. IN ENGLISH MORE
· ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
Archive 
From the Blogosphere
October 5th 2009 Blogosphere
The Chechen as the "alternative Russian"
The Chechen is the alternative Russian. A Russian savage, mountain-dwelling, cruel and merciless ? but a Russian not crushed by serfdom and the Bolshevik genocide and slavery. A Russian who "hid in the mountains in time". IN ENGLISH MORE
· ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
September 17th 2009 Blogosphere
Comrades of the Green Crescent
"The Internet is littered with statements by scum who accuse the federal government of blowing up apartment houses to increase Putin's popularity rating. What nonsense! Our ratings are increased the Chubais way -- with boxloads of money." IN ENGLISH MORE
· ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
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