Islam, Islamism, and Politics in Eurasia Report (IIPER) - No. 30, 30 November 2010
November 30, 2010
- The CE and the Belgium Terrorist Plot
- Russian Officials Offer Data on Counter-Jihadism Operations in 2010
- CE Amir Dokku Umarov Discusses Fitna (Sedition), the CE’s Place in the Global Jihad, and Berezovskii and Zakaev
- Ingushetia Mujahedin’s New Qadi Holds Forth
- The CE Debate a ‘State’ Language?
- Mordovia’s Mufti Warns of Radical Islam in the Volga Turning Violent
- Tajik Mujahedin Still Not Quelled
- Kazakhstan Jamaat ‘Ansaru-d-Din’ Issues Call to Jihad
- Prof. Hahn to Speak at CSIS Conference “The Northern Caucasus: Russia’s Tinderbox”
- New American Foreign Policy Council World Almanac of Islamism
Islam, Islamism and Politics in Eurasia Report (IIPER) is a bimonthly analysis issued by the CSIS Russia and Eurasia Program. IIPER focuses on all politically relevant issues involving or bearing on Islam, Islamism, and jihadism in Russia and Eurasia writ large. The report is compiled, edited, and unless indicated otherwise, written by Gordon M. Hahn, a nonresident senior associate at CSIS.