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IN ENGLISH 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 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 War without end
 May 2nd 2010 Prague Watchdog / Sergei Markedonov · ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
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 The Sochi Winter Olympics and the Caucasian Islamist cause
 April 1st 2010 Prague Watchdog / Benjamin Shapiro
Umarov praises this region, declaring that "Krasnodar Krai, as the infidels call it, is in fact the land of our brothers, the best Muslims in this world, the land of the Adygs, the land of the Abazins, the land of the Circassians."
IN ENGLISH Russia's Caucasian fate
 March 29th 2010 Prague Watchdog / Ruslan Kurbanov
The region’s irreversible “Salafization” is leading to an increasing number of young men completely switching off from Russian information media and moving to an alternative space that exists in mosques and online forums.
IN ENGLISH A new turn in the Kremlin's Caucasus policy: from "governor-general" to "successful management"
 March 2nd 2010 Prague Watchdog / Sergei Markedonov · ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
If we accept the thesis that the era of the governor-general is now over in the North Caucasus, it would be useful to gain some idea of the range of policy instruments that are available to a top Caucasus envoy in the “post-governor-general” era.
IN ENGLISH Why does Islam have no future in Russia?
 January 25th 2010 Prague Watchdog / Iskander Dzhalid · ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
Russia’s rulers tell the muftis who can or cannot be considered a Muslim, and the Good Muslim can only be one who agrees with the policy of the state.
IN ENGLISH A project for the manager from Krasnoyarsk
 January 22nd 2010 Prague Watchdog / Vadim Borshchev · ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
The crisis-ridden background of the North Caucasus is formed by the deep dissatisfaction of its peoples with their lives. Most of them believe that they have been treated unfairly.
IN ENGLISH What is the future of Islam in Russia?
 January 19th 2010 Prague Watchdog / Abdullah Rinat Mukhametov · ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
Over time common sense, which debunks the utopias that inevitably turn everything into an Afghanistan or a Somalia, will be joined by the theologically sound alternative of "creative jihad”.
IN ENGLISH Ossetian-Ingush optimism - will it last?
 January 16th 2010 Prague Watchdog / Oleg Kusov · ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
All the signs are that Moscow will not try to aggravate the internal situation in the republic by encouraging the return of the Ingush refugees, and will likely turn a blind eye to the fact that the process has once again failed.
 
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