“Russia’s Counterinsurgency in North Caucasus: Performance and Consequences”

By Ariel Cohen for Strategic Studies Institute of the US Army War College (SSI) March 31, 2014Insurgent activity in the Northern Caucasus region continues. For Ariel Cohen, preventing the area from slipping back into even greater instability will require Moscow to tackle corruption, cronyism, discrimination, and unemployment – all of which it is unwilling to do.

“Russian Rule and the Regional Military Industrial Complexes”

in Henry D. Sokolski and Thomas Riisager, eds., Beyond Nunn-Lugar: Curbing the Next Wave of Weapons Proliferation Threats from Russia, Nonproliferation Policy Education Center, 2002

“U.S. Policy Towards Russia”

in Kim R. Holmes and Stuart E. Butler, eds., in Mandate 2000: The Blueprint for the Next Administration", The Heritage Foundation, 2000 (forthcoming)

“Russia and Eurasia”

in Kim R. Holmes and Stuart E. Butler, eds., Issues 2000, The Candidate Briefing Book, The Heritage Foundation, Washington, D.C., 2000.

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