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IN ENGLISH Death in Europe (weekly review)
 May 5th 2010 Prague Watchdog / Vadim Borshchev · ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
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 A marriage made in heaven (weekly review)
 April 28th 2010 Prague Watchdog / Vadim Borshchev · ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
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 The evolution of terror (weekly review)
 April 7th 2010 Prague Watchdog / Vadim Borshchev · ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
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 Chechnya – school of courage (weekly review)
 March 18th 2010 Prague Watchdog / Vadim Borshchev · ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
The problem is that the remaining checkpoints, which "outwardly resemble fortresses", "surrounded by barbed wire and minefields”, continue to mark Chechnya out as a territory of war, beyond the Chechen leadership’s full control.
IN ENGLISH The cancer ward (weekly review)
 March 3rd 2010 Prague Watchdog / Vadim Borshchev · ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
Putin's promise to “flush the extremists down the toilet” has been fulfilled a hundred times, if not more. But if his recent words are anything to go by, the new President appears less certain of a positive outcome.
IN ENGLISH Interviews with the Amir (weekly review)
 February 17th 2010 Prague Watchdog / Vadim Borshchev · ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
Such threats to “destroy Russia” were almost de rigueur at the time, and were a genre adopted by many, though not often in a coherent form.
IN ENGLISH The truth of the facts (weekly review)
 February 10th 2010 Prague Watchdog / Vadim Borshchev · ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
The only indisputable fact is that five spetsnaz commandos were killed, and seven wounded. What is more, the outcome of the battle suggests that there must have been rather more insurgents than the nine claimed by Kadyrov.
IN ENGLISH The games that tyrants play (weekly review)
 February 3rd 2010 Prague Watchdog / Vadim Borshchev · ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
"In 2009 the number of terrorist crimes in southern Russia rose by about half compared to 2008, with 544 incidents reported... Most of this type of crime is committed in the Chechen Republic "
IN ENGLISH The lame duck president (weekly review)
 January 27th 2010 Prague Watchdog / Vadim Borshchev · ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
Kadyrov’s success in the role of manager has been called into question. The Islamist fighters launched large-scale operations in Ingushetia, Dagestan and Chechnya, and adopted a new terrorist strategy.
IN ENGLISH The Caucasus "Czar" (weekly review)
 November 18th 2009 Prague Watchdog / Vadim Borshchev · ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
Those entrusted with responsibility for the North Caucasus have included crooks, statesmen of solid reputation, and inscrutable envoys who left behind not even a memory of themselves.
 
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