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Tracking Islamic State
What transformed Mohammad Dalaeen, a Jordanian medical student studying in Kharkiv, Ukraine, into Abu al-Bara al-Urdani, a suicide bomber who blew himself up in Iraq? More
How Russia Is Ruled
The Daily Vertical is a video primer for Russia-watchers that appears Monday through Friday. More
Regional Smoke Detector
An attempt to implicate deceased North Caucasus insurgency leader Doku Umarov in acts of subversion allegedly committed at his behest in Tatarstan 10 years ago lacks credibility, given that during the period in question Umarov lacked the authority to issue any such orders. More
Odds, Ends, And Autocrats
Liberal parties have been repeatedly written off the Russian political map during President Vladimir Putin's 15 years in power. Now his allies are trying to wipe the name of a prominent anti-Kremlin party from St. Petersburg's actual map. More
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The Vienna-based International Bar Association has bestowed its 2015 Human Rights Award on jailed Azerbaijani lawyer Intigam Aliyev. More
Blogging Central Asia
With some two months until Turkmenistan marks the 20th anniversary of its "positive neutrality" policy, events regionally and globally have started to erode this strategy, cracks are appearing, and, at the least, the definitions of "positive neutrality" will need to be revised. More
Notes Of An Iran Watcher
A son of the Islamic Revolution is studying in the United States -- aka the "Great Satan" in Iran -- to the chagrin of hard-liners and a man held captive by his revolutionary parents in the 1979 Iran hostage crisis. More
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