26 June 2009, 01:00

Strategic Conflict Assessment (SCA) North Caucasus

Author: Anton Ivanov
Contributors:
Alexander Silkin
Andrei Ivanov
David Nyheim
Ekaterina Tatarinova
Editing by David Nyheim and Tom Porteous
Graphic design by Ekaterina Tatarinova
Cover photo by Leonid Kruglov
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This document is funded by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO).
The views expressed are independent and not those of the FCO.

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
This SCA study contains an assessment of the current conflict and cooperation dynamics in the North Caucasus with a focus on developments in the region that have taken place since the previous Strategic Reconstruction and Development Assessment (SRDA) study conducted in 2005 and updated in 2006.

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