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Circassian Independence:Thoughts on the Current Political Situation of the Circassians By Amjad Jaimoukha

posted by eagle on December, 2009 as ANALYSIS / OPINION

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Reuters: West Using Rebels To Destroy Russia: Chechen Chief

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West using rebels to destroy Russia: Chechen chief

GUDERMES, Russia (Reuters) - Russia needs a military strategy to resist the United States and other Western powers which are stoking disorder in the North Caucasus to destroy Russia, the president of Chechnya told Reuters in an interview.

Ramzan Kadyrov, a 33-year-old former rebel turned Kremlin loyalist, said last year's attack by U.S. ally Georgia on the pro-Russian rebel region of South Ossetia was part of a Western plot to seize the whole Caucasus region.

"If they get control of the Caucasus, you could say they'll get control of virtually all of Russia, because the Caucasus is our backbone," Kadyrov said.

The conversation was conducted at his exotic private offices near the town of Gudermes outside the Chechen capital, Grozny. The complex features a zoo, a racecourse for his horses, two large golden lions guarding the entrance and an artificial mountain lit up in different colors at night.

"The Russian government needs to work out a strategy, it needs to attack," the ...

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Window On Eurasia: Drunkenness A ‘More Terrible’ Threat To Russia Than Terrorism, Moscow Psychiatrist Says

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Window on Eurasia: Drunkenness a ‘More Terrible’ Threat to Russia than Terrorism, Moscow Psychiatrist Says

Paul Goble

Vienna, December 18 – Excessive consumption of alcohol over the New Year’s holiday will cost the life of 300,000 Russians, according to a Moscow psychiatrist, making the alcohol consumption threats to Russia’s demographic future than terrorist attacks and fires, even though those continue to garner far more media attention.
At a press conference this week, Aleksandr Nemtsov, a professor at the Scientific Research Institute of Psychiatry of the Russian Ministry of Health, said that “the new year alcohol marathon will take the lives of 300,000 Russians,” some directly and others through accidents, murders and psychoses (
Because alcohol-related deaths have become so common, he continued, “the victims of alcoholism elicit much less information resonance than do terrorist acts and fires,” even though, for example, deaths from alcoholic binges kill “many more young people than at the ‘Lame Horse’ nightclub,” which held the attention of all Russians.
Another specialist on alcohol ...

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Window On Eurasia: Russian Census Officials Wrestling With ‘Sensitive’ Ethnic And Religious Questions

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Window on Eurasia: Russian Census Officials Wrestling with ‘Sensitive’ Ethnic and Religious Questions

Paul Goble

Vienna, December 17 – The 2010 Russian census will not ask any question about the religious affiliation of respondents, Rosstat officials say, but it will press for information on the equally “sensitive” question of ethnic identification, even though the Russian constitution specifies that citizens have the right to declare or not declare an ethnic identity.
On Tuesday, the State Statistical Committee (Rosstat) held a conference with the heads of the territorial organs of government statistics in the Southern Federal District to discuss various aspects of the census process and problems that the Moscow officials anticipate in the count (
Irina Zbarskaya, the head of Rosstat’s Administration of Statistics on the Population and Health, discussed with the group recent amendments to the census law intended to improve its coverage by allowing census takers to turn to government files in cases where individuals cannot be contacted or refuse to answer.
But she said that ...

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Window On Eurasia: Putinism Reflects A Regime Of A New And Unstable Type, Gudkov Says

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Window on Eurasia: Putinism Reflects a Regime of a New and Unstable Type, Gudkov Says

Paul Goble

Vienna, December 17 – Putinism represents neither a revival of the Soviet system nor the establishment of a traditional authoritarian regime, according to one of Moscow’s leading sociologists. Instead, it represents a regime of a new type, one in which the force structures are now in a position to pursue their various, often competitive “clan” interests.
But because this regime is degrading the state and society by blocking “the institutional differentiation and separation of ‘society from the state’” launched in the 1990s, Levada Center director Lev Gudkov says, it is “unstable” and unlikely to be able either to maintain itself or arrange “a peaceful transfer of power” (
Gudkov offered this definition of “Putinism” a week ago at a Moscow conference on “Russian Alternatives,” but his speech was posted on his research center’s website only yesterday. In it, he provides one of the most detailed discussions yet of how ...

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