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【Valeriy Dzutsev | Europe】Analysts Say a Russian Fall in the North Caucasus Will Follow the Russian Spring in Ukraine

Nationalist-leaning Russian experts are expressing concern over the situation in the North Caucasus, demanding that Moscow use more force there. Against the backdrop of Russia’s ag […]


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【Valeriy Dzutsev | Europe】Rehabilitation of Crimean Tatars Could Reverberate in the North Caucasus

On April 1, Russian President Vladimir Putin met in Moscow with Tatarstani President Rustam Minnikhanov, who informed Putin about his three recent visits to Crimea. Apparently acti […]


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【Valeriy Dzutsev | Middle Asia】Security Services Set Dagestani Forests on Fire to ‘Smoke Out’ Local Insurgents

In March, the security services in Dagestan revived an environmentally dangerous tactical tool for fighting the regional insurgency—arson attacks on forests. Multiple media outlets […]


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【Valery Dzutsev | Insight】Implications of the Crimean Issue for the North Caucasus

On March 5, the Federation Council, the upper chamber of the Russian parliament, called on the regions of the Russian Federation to support the residents of Crimea and the eastern […]


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By Valery Dzutsev

Valery Dzutsev is a doctoral student in political science at Arizona State University. Mr. Dzutsev is a native of North Ossetia. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in History from the North Ossetian State University and Master’s degree in Public Policy from the University of Maryland. His research interests extend to ethnic and religious conflict, political violence, evolution of Russia and countries in Eurasia. Valery’s articles appeared in Nationalities Papers, and are forthcoming in Caucasus Survey and Post-Soviet Affairs. He has systematically covered developments in the North Caucasus for the Washington-based research and analysis institute The Jamestown Foundation since 2009. Between 2002 and 2007, Mr. Dzutsev served as country director for the British media development organization the Institute for War and Peace Reporting and was based in Vladikavkaz.

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