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Alberto Priego

Professor, Universidad Pontificia de Comillas

November 19th, 2010, Academia, Asia, English, Europe, Europe, French, Madrid, Russian, Spain, Spanish, Terrorism, War and Conflict

Alberto Priego

Alberto Priego is an expert on issues concerning Caucasus and Central Asia. He is a professor at the Universidad Pontificia de Comillas, Madrid.

Dr. Priego has been a researcher for the International Studies Department in the Complutense University of Madrid, and a Visiting Scholar at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) in London. He is the author of The Evolution of the Conflict in Chechnya, The Creation of the Azerbaijani Identity and its Influence on Foreign Policy, and Georgia: Another Velvet Revolution?, among other publications. He has worked as a guest researcher in the East-West Institute and in the Center for Euro-Asian Studies.

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Six dead in Chechnya parliament attack

October 19th, 2010, Media Alerts

GROZNY, CHECHNYA – Six people are dead and at least ten injured after Islamist militants attacked the parliament of Chechnya, Russia’s North Caucasus region.

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The New Wannabe Jihadis

April 16th, 2010, Comment & Analysis

Ten years ago in South Africa, the biggest, baddest gangs in Cape Town were called “the JFKs” and “the Americans.” Every day, you’d see murals promoting 2Pac and Thug Life. American inner-city gang life was providing a form of expression for South African anger and discontent.

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