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CHRISTOPHER BROCK. 2010. Political violence and inter-ethnic conflict: An analysis with reference to Chechnya and Northern Ireland. PhD thesis. London Metropolitan. Added by: gerard  v    Pop. 58.66%
MANTAS KVEDARAVIČIUS. 2013. Knots of absence: Death, dreams and disappearances at the limits of law in the counter-terrorism zone of Chechnya. PhD thesis. Cambridge. Last edited by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 12.96%
M. KVEDARAVIČIUS. 2007. Torture and sovereignty: Political processes in the North Caucasus [Chechnya]. M.Phil. thesis. Oxford. Last edited by: gerard  v    Pop. 54.2%
IEVA RAUBISKO. 2011. Life in a positive-negative space: Moral transformations in post-war Chechnya. DPhil thesis. Oxford. Last edited by: gerard  v    Pop. 42.19%
AGLAYA SNETKOV. 2010. The evolution of Russia's security discourse, 2000-2008: State identity, security priorities and Chechnya. PhD thesis. Birmingham. Added by: gerard  v    Pop. 39.32%
NATALIA M. SZABLEWSKA. 2011. The politics of international law: Implications for the Chechen conflict. PhD thesis. Wales (Aberystwyth). Added by: gerard  v    Pop. 40.06%
MICHAL TUDOROWSKI. 2015. Between East and West?  The problem of 'transit' with reference to Chechen asylum-seekers in Poland. PhD thesis. Sheffield. Added by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 19.87%
J.C. VAUGHN. 2008. Russian public opinion and the two Chechen wars, 1994-1996 and 1999-2002: Formation and evolution. Ph.D. thesis. London (UCL). Added by: gerard  v    Pop. 49.52%
M. VISHNEVITSKY. 2009. A socio-historical study into the emergence and development of terrorist networks in the post-Soviet Chechen Republic. PhD thesis. Keele. Last edited by: gerard  v    Pop. 46.23%
E. YALOV. 2008. Russia vs. Chechnya: Media management and communication strategies during the two Chechnya-Russian conflicts (1994-1996, 1999-2006). PhD thesis. Leeds. Added by: gerard  v    Pop. 54.52%
MICHAL ŠIPOŠ. 2016. War, asylum and everyday life: The experiences of Chechen and Ingush refugees in Poland. PhD thesis. London (Goldsmiths). Last edited by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 12.33%
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