This project has its origin in the PRIO-SIPRI workshop in December 2002 (http://www.prio.no/page/Project_detail//9244/44618.html
The key aim is to examine the trajectory of the counter-terrorist campaign that has had a profound impact on Russia's political environment.
The first output of this research was the article 'A Useful War' published in Russia and Eurasia Review
on 17 December 2002 (http://www.jamestown.org/publications_details.php?volume_id=15&&issue_id=612
), which was extensively quoted in Le Monde
, 10 February 2003.
The issue was presented at a roundtable 'Russia and Chechnya' (led by John Dunlop, with Fiona Hill and Thomas de Wall) at the annual convention of the Association for the Study of Nationalities, Columbia University, New Yourk, 3-5 April 2003.
The main output of the project is the article 'Instrumentalizing Counter-Terrorism for Regime Consolidation in Putin's Russia
', Studies in Conflict & Terrorism
, vol. 27, no. 4, July/August 2004.
Lectures on Russia's war and politics in Chechnya were held for the University of Oslo Summer School (2 August), Bjørkness college course on international studies (21 October), and Norwegian Helsinki Committee seminar (23 October).
Baev, Pavel K. (2005) Chechnya and the Russian Military: A War too Far?, in Chechnya: from Past to Future. London: (117–130).
Non-refereed Journal Article
Baev, Pavel K. (2006) Shifting Battlefields of the Chechen War, Chechnya Weekly 7(16).
Baev, Pavel K. (2005) Putin's War on Terrorism: A Strategic Dead-End, Global Dialogue 7: 81–92.
Baev, Pavel K. (2005) As Chechnya Braces for a New Violence, Putin Retreats into Denial, Chechnya Weekly 6(14).
Baev, Pavel K. (2004) Chechnya: From Yeltsin's Mistake to Putin's Failure, Eurasia Daily Monitor, 10 December.
Baev, Pavel K. (2004) Putin Asserts that Terrorists Seek Bush's Electoral Defeat, Eurasia Daily Monitor, 21 October.
Baev, Pavel K. (2004) Moscow Conveniently Forgets Chechnya, Eurasia Daily Monitor, 28 September.
Baev, Pavel K. (2004) Moscow seeks to control spin on the Beslan tragedy, Eurasia Daily Monitor, 8 September.
Report - External Series
Baev, Pavel K. (2005) Putin's War in Chechnya: Who Steers the Course?, PONARS Policy Memo, 345. Washington DC.
Baev, Pavel K. (2005) Review of Russia's Restless Frontier: The Chechnya Factor in Post-Soviet Russia, in Political Science Quarterly 120(2): 335–336.