China Brief is a primary source of timely information and cutting-edge analysis for policy-makers, intelligence and military personnel, academics, journalists, and business leaders. The publication is edited by Peter Mattis. In addition to its audience in the United States, China Brief is widely-read in East Asia, where articles are regularly translated and reprinted in leading newspapers, journals, and websites.
The Eurasia Daily Monitor (EDM) was launched on May 3, 2004 and has since become a unique analytical resource on the emerging security realities in the former Soviet space.
Jamestown offers this special supplement to our Terrorism Monitor in order to address the need for immediate and in-depth analysis of breaking news in global terrorism.
In its twenty year history, Jamestown has earned a reputation for providing hard-hitting analysis of security trends in Eurasia, extending from Russia, the former Soviet Union and into China. Since 9/11 the Jamestown Foundation has expanded its regional coverage of Eurasia to include the War on Terror, focusing on international terrorist groups such as al-Qaeda.
North Caucasus Weekly is the foundation's special coverage of the crisis in the breakaway republic. Its mission is to inform policymakers, the media, and the public of developments in Chechnya, discuss the origins of the conflict and explore the possibilities for peace. Beginning January 2003 with Volume IV, North Caucasus Weekly is researched and written by Lawrence A. Uzzell, a senior Jamestown Foundation fellow who opened Jamestown's Moscow office in 1992.
A retrospective of the 20 years of independence experienced by the countries of the South Caucasus clearly demonstrates the difficulties involved in building a state and restoring an economy after more than 70 years of Soviet...
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