Emil Aslan Souleimanov

Emil Aslan Souleimanov

Keywords : Ethnography De Facto Independence Russia's Policy Conflict Processes International Relations Peace & Conflict Studies

Country : Czechia

Organization : Charles University in Prague

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Email : souleimanov@fsv.cuni.cz

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Chechnya, Wahhabism and the invasion of Dagestan 2005 Middle East Review of International Affairs

The Internationalisation of the Russian-Chechen Conflict: Myths and Reality 2008 Europe-Asia Studies

Evaluating the efficacy of indigenous forces in counterinsurgency: Lessons from Chechnya and Dagestan 2016 Small Wars and Insurgencies

The Caucasus Emirate: Genealogy of an Islamist Insurgency 2011 Middle East Policy

The Rise of Militant Salafism in Azerbaijan and Its Regional Implications 2013 Middle East Policy

The South Caucasus: A History of Identities, an Identity of Histories 2013

A Failed Revolt? Assessing the Viability of the North Caucasus Insurgency 2017 The Journal of Slavic Military Studies

A perfect umma? How ethnicity shapes the organization and operation of Dagestan's jihadist groups 2017 Ethnicities

Focused on Iran? Exploring the rationale behind the strategic relationship between Azerbaijan and Israel 2014 Southeast European and Black Sea Studies

A Perfect Counterinsurgency? Making Sense of Moscow’s Policy of Chechenisation 2016 Europe-Asia Studies

Chechnya and Dagestan: Ethnography, History, and Conflicts 2014 The Individual Disengagement of Avengers, Nationalists, and Jihadists

The South Caucasus: Turmoil in the Shadow of Russo-American Relations 2017 Middle East Policy

An ethnography of counterinsurgency: Kadyrovtsy and Russia's policy of Chechenization 2015 Post-Soviet Affairs

Asymmetry of Values, Indigenous Forces, and Incumbent Success in Counterinsurgency: Evidence from Chechnya 2015 Journal of Strategic Studies

Individual Disengagement in Chechnya and Dagestan 2014 The Individual Disengagement of Avengers, Nationalists, and Jihadists

Making Jihad or Making Money? Understanding the Transformation of Dagestan’s Jamaats into Organised Crime Groups 2018 Journal of Strategic Studies

Defected and loyal? A case study of counter-defection mechanisms inside Chechen paramilitaries 2016 Terrorism and Political Violence

Why Do De Facto States Fail? Lessons from the Chechen Republic of Ichkeria 2017 Problems of Post-Communism

Unrecognized states as a means of coercive diplomacy? Assessing the role of Abkhazia and South Ossetia in Russia’s foreign policy in the South Caucasus 2018 Southeast European and Black Sea Studies

Chechnya: History, Society, Conflict 2017 Oxford Bibliographies in Islamic Studies

The North Caucasus Insurgency: Dead or Alive? 2017

Blood Revenge and Violent Mobilization: Evidence from the Chechen Wars 2015 International Security

Why Jihadist Foreign Fighter Leave Local Battlefields: Evidence from Chechnya 2021 Journal of Strategic Studies

Fighting against Jihad? Blood Revenge and Anti-Insurgent Mobilization in Jihadist Civil Wars 2022 Studies in Conflict & Terrorism