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Moscow and the Mosque

Co-opting Muslims in Putin's Russia

Author: Robert D. Crews
March/April 2014
Foreign Affairs

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If Russians were holding their breath in the run-up to the 2014 Winter Olympics, it was with good reason. A Black Sea spa town long favored by Kremlin apparatchiks, Sochi occupies a perilous position on Russia's southern frontier, just 50 miles west of the North Caucasus Federal District, a cauldron of ethnic strife, nationalist separatism, and state repression since the collapse of the Soviet Union.

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