Jamestown Publishes "Azerbaijan and the New Energy Geopolitics of Southeastern Europe"

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July 2, 2015

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The Jamestown Foundation announces the release of the new book Azerbaijan and the New Energy Geopolitics of Southeastern Europe,...

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Jamestown Publishes "Azerbaijan and the New Energy Geopolitics of Southeastern Europe"

July 2, 2015

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

July 2, 2015

Contact: Matthew [email protected]

 

The Jamestown Foundation announces the release of the new book Azerbaijan and the New Energy Geopolitics of Southeastern Europe,...

Category: Press Release, Home Page, Featured

Kadyrov Plays Down Threat of Islamic State in Chechnya

July 2, 2015

On June 26, one day after the Russian security services killed Magomed-Ali Aliev and his wife Leila in Nazran, Ingushetia (Topwar.ru, June 25; see EDM, July 1), law enforcement agencies in the Chechen capital Grozny killed two...

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Net Setback for Moldova and Its Reforms in the Latest Elections (Part Three)

July 2, 2015

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Politician Renato Usatii is a native of Moldova but is a product of the Vladimir Putin era in Russia. Born in 1978, near Balti, of indeterminate...

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Net Setback for Moldova and Its Reforms in the Latest Elections (Part Two)

July 2, 2015

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The local elections, just held country-wide in Moldova (see Part One in EDM, July 1), confirm an incipient tendency toward political-territorial fragmentation of the country’s heartland,...

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Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania May Be Bargaining Chips for Moscow in a Quid Pro Quo Game

July 2, 2015

The Russian Prosecutor General’s Office (Genprocuratura) announced it was investigating the legality of the independence of the Baltic States—Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania—which were recognized by the State Council of the Union...

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Russian Counter-Terrorism Operations Return to Ingushetia

July 1, 2015

After months of relative quiet, there have been unexpected reports in recent weeks of battles with militants in Ingushetia, Russia’s smallest republic. Among other reported incidents, police officers were apparently wounded...

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Net Setback for Moldova and Its Reforms in the Latest Elections (Part One)

July 1, 2015

Moldova would not be the country of procedural democracy it is, were it not to suffer from the syndrome of permanent elections, dictated by government crises and calendar dates in combination.

Moldova held country-wide local...

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During the week of October 14–20, 2014, Eurasia Daily Monitor presented a series of special issues featuring net assessments of developments across Eurasia since the beginning of the year. Following Ukraine’s Revolution of...

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Volatile Landscape: Iraq and its Insurgent Movements

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Violence in Iraq has declined since its civil war of 2005-2007 due to the implementation of the U.S. counterinsurgency strategy, Shi'a militia ceasefires, and the emergence of Iraq's Awakening...


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Jacob Zenn Quotes by The Straits Times

June 29, 2015

Jacob Zenn discussed the need for Southeast Asian nations to cooperate with one another to fight terrorism in the region with The Straits Times.

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Jamestown Senior Fellow Roger McDermott Cited in Vedomosti

June 26, 2015

On June 23, Russian news site Vedomosti quoted Senior Fellow Roger McDermott about the use of the term "hybrid war" to describe Russian military doctrine and culture.

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