Islam, Islamism, and Politics in Eurasia Report (IIPER) - No. 66, 28 March 2013
- First Suicide Bombing of 2013 in Russia Occurs in Khasavyurt, Dagestan
- Caucasus Emirate/North Caucasus and IMU/Central Asia in the Global Jihad
- St. Petersburg Police Detain 300 Muslims, Arrest 1, Deport 6: Is There a Jihadist ‘Petersburg Jamaat’?
- Alleged Global Jihadi Training Camp and Recruiters from Uzbekistan Uncovered Near Moscow
- The Caucasus Emirate’s Territorial Vision
- Kazakh Islamist’s Correspondence with Sheikh Shankiti Published on Caucasus Emirate Websites
- Uzbekistan Intelligence Reports IMU Filtering Back Into Central Asia from AfPak
- U.S. Government’s Position on Islamist Militant Threat in Central Asia
- Three Sentenced for Planning Attack on Vodka Plant in Kazakhstan
- Extremism a Concern in Kyrgyz Prisons
- Leader of Islamic Party of Turkestan Detained in Moscow
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.