Chechen Suicide Bombers

  title={Chechen Suicide Bombers},
  author={Robert Wolfgang Kurz and Charles K. Bartles},
  journal={The Journal of Slavic Military Studies},
  pages={529 - 547}
U.S. military commanders and others in the defense community are concerned that militant Chechens, trained in suicide bombing and extremist tactics, are available to support Taliban elements in Afghanistan today. In reality, the relationship between these two groups is minimal and there is little likelihood of substantive cooperation between them. This position becomes clear after a brief review of Chechnya's history regarding Islam, its extremist groups, and its chronology of suicide bombings… 
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