Islam, Islamism, and Politics in Eurasia Report (IIPER) – No. 63, 4 December 2012

  • Dec 4, 2012

    RUSSIA 

    CENTRAL ASIA 

    • Reports and Analysis of Recent Events in Central Asia by Yelena Altman and  Nicole Labun

    SPECIAL REPORT: ИСЛАМ ТЕКУШЕВ (ISLAM TEKUSHEV) - ДЖИХАДИЗМ В  КАЗАХСТАНЕ, КАК ЧАСТЬ ГЛОБАЛЬНОЙ ТЕРРОРИСТИЧЕСКОЙ СЕТИ (JIHADISM IN KAZAKHSTAN AS A PART OF THE GLOBAL TERRORIST NETWORK) 

    Islam, Islamism and Politics in Eurasia Report (IIPER) is a bimonthly analysis issued by the CSIS Russia and Eurasia Program. IIPER focuses on all politically relevant issues involving or bearing on Islam, Islamism, and jihadism in Russia and Eurasia writ large. The report is compiled, edited, and unless indicated otherwise, written by Gordon M. Hahn, a nonresident senior associate at CSIS. Research assistance is provided by Yelena Altman, Nicole Labun, Anna Nevo, Casey Mahoney, Daniel Painter, Elizabeth Wolcott, Jerry  Davydov, Kevin Butts, Michelle Enriquez, Olga Volcsko, and Stephanie Barko.  IIPER accepts outside  submissions.