Stability in the Caucasus

Ware, Robert Bruce; Kisriev, Enver; Patzelt, Werner J.; Roericht, Ute
March 2003
Problems of Post-Communism;Mar/Apr2003, Vol. 50 Issue 2, p12
Academic Journal
Reports on ethnic diversity in Dagestan. Main factor dividing ethnic groups in the region; Contention of some observers that Dagestan is at risk of fragmentation; Population; Suggestion that centrifugal ethnic and religious cleavages are effectively counterbalanced by centripetal identification with Dagestan and with Russia.


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