Emil A. Souleimanov
Emil A. Souleimanov
Faculty of Social Sciences Charles University
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An Endless War
E Souleimanov
The Russian-Chechen Conflict in Perspective, Frankfurt a. M, 2007
114*2007
An endless war: The Russian-Chechen conflict in perspective
E Souleimanov
Peter Lang, 2007
1142007
Terorismus: pokus o porozumění
E Souleimanov, MA Belfer
Sociologické nakladatelství (SLON), 2010
70*2010
Understanding ethnopolitical conflict: Karabakh, South Ossetia, and Abkhazia wars reconsidered
E Souleimanov
Springer, 2013
672013
Understanding Ethnopolitical Conflict: The Wars in Karabakh, Abkhazia, and South Ossetia Reconsidered
E Souleimanov
Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013
63*2013
Understanding Ethnopolitical Conflict: The Wars in Karabakh, Abkhazia, and South Ossetia Reconsidered
E Souleimanov
Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013
63*2013
Chechnya, Wahhabism and the invasion of Dagestan
E Souleimanov
Middle East Review of International Affairs 9 (4), 48-71, 2005
622005
The internationalisation of the Russian–Chechen conflict: myths and reality
E Souleimanov, O Ditrych
Europe-Asia Studies 60 (7), 1199-1222, 2008
602008
Iran and Azerbaijan: A contested neighborhood
E Souleimanov, O Ditrych
Middle East Policy 14 (2), 101-116, 2007
462007
An ethnography of counterinsurgency: kadyrovtsy and Russia's policy of Chechenization
E Souleimanov
Post-Soviet Affairs 31 (2), 91-114, 2015
452015
Blood revenge and violent mobilization: Evidence from the Chechen Wars
EA Souleimanov, H Aliyev
International Security 40 (2), 158-180, 2015
382015
The Caucasus Emirate: Genealogy of an Islamist Insurgency
E Souleimanov
Middle East Policy 18 (4), 155-168, 2011
342011
Asymmetry of values, indigenous forces, and incumbent success in counterinsurgency: evidence from Chechnya
EA Souleimanov, H Aliyev
Journal of Strategic Studies 38 (5), 678-703, 2015
322015
The individual disengagement of avengers, nationalists, and jihadists: Why ex-militants choose to abandon violence in the North Caucasus
E Souleimanov, H Aliyev
Springer, 2014
312014
Globalizing Jihad? North Caucasians in the Syrian Civil War
EA Souleimanov
Middle East Policy 21 (3), 154-162, 2014
302014
Retaliation in rebellion: the missing link to explaining insurgent violence in Dagestan
JF Ratelle, EA Souleimanov
Terrorism and Political Violence 29 (4), 573-592, 2017
272017
Random or retributive?: Indiscriminate violence in the chechen wars
EA Souleimanov, DS Siroky
World Politics 68 (4), 677-712, 2016
252016
Terorismus–Pokus o porozumění
E Souleimanov, MA BELFER
Praha: SLON, 2011
252011
The rise of nationalism among Iranian Azerbaijanis: A step toward Iran’s disintegration?
E Souleimanov, K Pikal, J Kraus
Middle East Review of International Affairs 17 (1), 71-91, 2013
232013
The rise of militant Salafism in Azerbaijan and its regional implications
E Souleimanov, M Ehrmann
Middle East Policy 20 (3), 111-120, 2013
212013
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