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Clan Politics and Regime Transition in Central Asia
This edited volume has been written by a veritable ‘who’s who’ of US theorists on insurgency and military strategy (most of whom work for US military colleges or consultancy firms). Together withExpand
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Putin's War in Chechnya: Who steers the course?
  • P. Baev
  • Political Science
  • 23 July 2012
Each time a proposition is raised to resolve the Chechen conflict through negotiation, the Russian authorities respond with a double-riposte: We do not negotiate with terrorists, and there is nobodyExpand
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The Arab Awakening
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The Arctic: A View From Moscow
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A Matrix for Post-Soviet ‘Color Revolutions’: Exorcising the Devil from the Details
The spectacular and unexpected explosion of revolutionary energy in the Arab world since the start of 2011 makes it more relevant to re-examine the chain of attempts to depose the quasi-democraticExpand
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The South Stream versus Nabucco pipeline race: geopolitical and economic (ir)rationales and political stakes in mega‐projects
The plan for the southern energy corridor delivering a new secure supply of natural gas to the European Union is shaped by projects for two pipelines—Nabucco and the South Stream. Economic rationalesExpand
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The Russian Army in a Time of Troubles
PART ONE: GENERALLY SPEAKING The Russian Army and Politics in Historical Perspective Russia's Security Interests and the Army PART TWO: BEING MORE SPECIFIC The Feasibility of Political Control of theExpand
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Civil wars in Georgia: Corruption breeds violence
  • P. Baev
  • Political Science
  • 30 July 2018
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Russia as a Security Disaster Area: Possible Conflicts and Interventions in 2015
Abstract The fluid state of the system of international relations in the middle of the global war against terrorism increases the need to undertake risk analysis of the options that until recentlyExpand
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