1 edition of Russia"s security interest in the North Caucasus found in the catalog.
Russia"s security interest in the North Caucasus
Dated December 1998.
|Series||Conflict Studies Research Centre -- P28|
|Contributions||German, Tracey., Conflict Studies Research Centre.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||23|
Human Rights Watch has been documenting human rights violations in Russia’s turbulent North Caucasus region for close to two decades. There . It begins by analyzing the history of the bloody and contentious relations between the Russian and the North Caucasus Muslim nations, focusing specifically on the process of subjugating the region by the Russian Empire; the Caucasus wars of the 19th century; and the two Chechen wars and their aftermath, beginning in until today.
This book examines the evolution of Russia’s security policy under Putin in the 21st century, using a critical security studies approach. Drawing on critical approaches to security the book investigates the interrelationship between the internal-external nexus and the politics of (in)security and regime-building in Putin’s Russia. Indeed, according to Russian President Dmitry Medvedev, the greatest domestic threat to Russia's security is the ongoing insurgency in the North Caucasus. This insurgency grew out of Russia's wars in Chechnya and has gone on for several years, with no end in sight. Yet it is hardly known in the West and barely covered even by by: 1.
Other groups inside Russia also heeded Adnani's call. In June , Amir Khamzat, one of the most wanted Islamist rebels in the North Caucasus, defected from a group previously linked to Al-Qaeda. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
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The largest and most populous of the North Caucasian republics, bordered on the west by Chechnya and on the east by the Caspian Sea, Dagastan is Cited by: It assesses Russian security interests in the Southern Tier and then those of the Caucasus states and CIS Central Asian states.
Rivalries and potential confrontations of other major states with interests in the regions, specifically Turkey, Iran, China, and the United States, are outlined. Alliance and quasi-alliance relationships are : Roy Allison. Russia's North Caucasus Region: Unstable Past, Unpredictable Future quantity Add to cart ISBN: N/A Categories: Russian Political, Economic, and Security Issues, Caucasus and Central Asia Political, Social and Economic Issues, Politics Tags:, Caucasus and Central Asia Political, social and economic issues.
Indeed, according to Russian President Dmitry Medvedev, the greatest domestic threat to Russia's security is the ongoing insurgency in the North Caucasus.
More This excellent report has been professionally converted for accurate flowing-text e-book format reproduction. Exploring Russia’s forgotten land: The North Caucasus mountain roads once scourged by Islamist terrorists is a pretty good security test. interest.
The Beslan tragedy of September marks the turning point where the main anti-Russian vocabulary in the North Caucasus switched from one of nationalism to the language of radical Islamism. Security, whether external or internal, is undoubtedly the overriding Russian interest as far as the Caucasus is concerned.
The reasons for this are manifold. Russias security interest in the North Caucasus book most important one appears to be the inherent unity of the Caucasian region, to which the now independent Transcaucasia - like the Russian Northern Caucasus - belongs.
A series of suicide bombings ahead of the Winter Olympics in Sochi has brought new attention to Russia's unstable North Caucasus region. Read more in. The North Caucasus region lies in the southwestern-most corner of the Russian Federation, and was colonized by the Russian Empire in the nineteenth century.
Russian counterterrorism and counterinsurgency in the 21st century ; Russian counterterrorist and counterinsurgency responses and strategies since International criticism of Russia and the Kadyrov government ; Effect of northern Caucasus on broader Russian, American, and global security.
The long-term rise in radicalism ; Outlook and recommendations ; U.S. security interests and the North Caucasus challenges. Russia began moving toward the Caucasus at the end of the 16th Century. In the early 19th Century, the Tsars consolidated control over Georgia, Armenia, and Azerbaijan, but had to fight a 35‐year war against the North Caucasian mountaineers to secure control of the entire area The three Transcaucasian republics declared their independence before the collapse of the Soviet Union, but have Cited by: 8.
These particular units constitute an integral part of Russia’s Southern Military District, along with the North Caucasus Military District, the Black Sea Fleet and air-defense units in Crimea.
Russia, the Caucasus, and Central Asia book. Russia, the Caucasus, and Central Asia. DOI link for Russia, the Caucasus, and Central Asia the drug trade, and migration in the security environment of Russia and its neighbours to the south. This approach takes account of both the internal and external aspects of security problems and their Cited by: 1.
The insurgency in the North Caucasus was a low-level armed conflict between Russia and militants associated with the Caucasus Emirate and, since JuneIslamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) groups. It followed the official end of the decade-long Second Chechen War on 16 April It attracted people from the Middle East, North Africa, Europe, and Central Asia, who then participated Location: Russia, North Caucasian Federal.
Russia Sees a Threat in Its Converts to Islam. Muslim Caucasus but throughout European Russia and as far north as Novy Urengoi, just below the. The North Caucasus has a notorious reputation of being Russia's volatile frontier and what security experts have come to call an “arc of instability”.
The region’s rich conflict potential and troubled socio-economic dynamics constantly keep Moscow on its toes. For president Vladimir Putin, whose career was in large part boosted in the late s – early s by his ability to put the.
Bullough, the Caucasus editor for the Institute of War and Peace Reporting, has lived and worked in the North Caucasus for years. His book, a searching portrait of the national and cultural complexities of Russia’s most restive region, combines on-the-ground reporting and deep historical knowledge in a way that only British writers seem able to : Charles King.
Today there are more than 2, fighters from Russia on the battlefields of Syria and Iraq fighting on behalf of the Islamic State.[i] A large number of these fighters are Muslims originating from the Northern Caucasus, a fact that feeds a narrative back in Russia that has been growing since the s.
Many Russians now link the Muslim populations of the North Caucasus with extremism and. Russia’s contemporary security challenges in the North Caucasus date back to the first Chechen war (), and more recently to the restart of the large-scale military campaign in Chechnya in However, despite (and often directly as a result of) Russia’s policies in the region, the situation in the North Caucasus remains insecure.
From a strategic point of view, Russia must control at least the North Caucasus, and ideally the South Caucasus, because these areas are buffer regions; should they fall into hostile hands, the entire Russian core would become vulnerable.
These areas, however, have historically proven difficult to control because of both the terrain and the locals.Unpacking Russia's New National Security Strategy.
January 7, On DecemRussian President Vladimir Putin approved a new national security strategy for his timing may be part of a new pattern: about a year ago, Russia’s new military doctrine came out--on Decem Whether the aim is to give Russia and the world a holiday gift or to avoid notice, this.The North Caucasus (Russian: Северный Кавказ, tr.
Severnyy Kavkaz, IPA: [ˈsʲevʲɪrnɨj kɐfˈkas]), or Ciscaucasia (Russian: Предкавказье, tr. Predkavkazye), is the northern part of the Caucasus region between the Sea of Azov and Black Sea on the west and the Caspian Sea on the east, in Russia.
Geographically, the Northern Caucasus (territory north of the Greater.