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1. Informal Power Structures in Russia and Ethno-political Conflict in the Northern Caucasus. Maxim U. Barbashin 2. Islam and the Legal System in the North-western Caucasus. Irina L. Babich: 3. ?Re-Islamisation? and Ethno-Nationalism: The Circassians (Adyghe) of the North-Western Caucasus and their Diaspora. Chen Bram 4. The Republic of Adygheia: Perceptions of Rights, Freedoms and Life Chances of Ordinary People. Cemre Erciyes 5. The Events of November 1996 in Kabardino-Balkaria and their Prehistory. Julietta Meskhidze 6. Russian Policies towards Islamic Extremism in the Northern Caucasus and Destabilization in Kabardino-Balkaria. Walter Richmond 7. Ideology and Conflict: Chechen Political Nationalism Prior to, and During Ten Years of War. Ekaterina Sokirianskaia 8. The Orstkhoy Revival: Identity and Border Dispute in the Northern Caucasus. Victor A. Shnirelman 9. ?I Can Fight, Army against Army?: the 1994-1996 Russo-Chechen War, Strategies and Misconceptions. Yagil Henkin 10. Allah?s Foot Soldiers. An Assessment of the Role of Foreign Fighters and Al- Qaeda in the Chechen Insurgency. Brian Glyn Williams 11. From the Challenge of Nationalism to the Challenge of Islam: the Case of Daghestan. Moshe Gammer 12. ?Wahhabis?, Democrats and Everything in Between. The Development of Islamic Activism in Post-Soviet Azerbaijan. Sofie Bedford 13. Demography of North Caucasian Jewry: A Note on Population Dynamics and Shifting Identity. Mark Tolts
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Caucasus Northern (Russia) -- Ethnic relations.
Ethnic conflict -- Russia (Federation) -- Caucasus, Northern.
Ethnicity -- Political aspects -- Russia (Federation) -- Caucasus, Northern.
Islam and politics -- Russia (Federation) -- Caucasus, Northern.