Chechen Female Suicide Terrorism (FST): Factors Precipitating Rise During Protracted Conflict Between Chechnya and Russia, Eventual Alliance of Chechen Separatists and Islamic Terrorists

The protracted conflict between Chechnya and Russia ultimately led ethnic Chechen separatists to ally with Islamic jihadists at the turn of the 20th century. This thesis focuses on one product of this alliance: the emergence of female suicide terrorism (FST) in the first (1994-1996) and second (1999-2009) Chechen wars. More

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