A critical essay (800-1000 words) summarizing and analyzing your own findings on
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A critical essay (800-1000 words) summarizing and
analyzing your own findings on the topic.
You should analyze how Russian politics in Muslim
World (or inner affairs on Russian Islam) is represented in your country.
You can analyze whether representations in media,
rhetoric of politicians or official political documents. For example, you can
discuss how image of Ramzan Qadyrov is built in French media or analyze German
experts’ opinions on Russian military operation in Syria.
Use strong arguments. In composing senior-quality
papers, we expect you to use at least 3 research articles and 1 scholarly book.
In using these scholarly sources, you are expected to read them and incorporate
their contents into your own papers on the condition that you footnote each
Incorporated material should strengthen your
argument/narrative or provide a counterpoint that you may like to engage.
Please critically analyze the sources you are using, which clearly means more
than simply footnoting the first pages of each article/book
Jean-Francois Ratelle (2019) A Kadyrovization of Russian Foreign Policy in the Middle East:
Autocrats in Track II Diplomacy and Other Humanitarian Activities, in M. Laruelle (ed.)
Russia’s Islamic Diplomacy, 31-36.
Marlène Laruelle, Kadyrovism: Hardline Islam as a Tool of the Kremlin? Russie.Nei.Visions,
No. 99, March 2017. https://www.ifri.org/en/publications/notes-de-lifri/russieneivisions/kadyrovism-hardline-islam-tool-kremlin
Politkovskaya, A. Burry, A., Tulchinsky, T., Derluguian, G.M. (2003) A Small Corner of Hell:
Dispatches from Chechnya. University Of Chicago Press.
Tishkov, V. (2004) Chechnya: Life in a War-Torn Society.
Mairbek Vatchagaev (2014) The politicization of Sufism in Chechnya, Caucasus Survey, 1:2, 25-
35, DOI: 10.1080/23761199.2014.11417294
Cerwyn Moore & Paul Tumelty (2009) Assessing Unholy Alliances in Chechnya: From
Communism and Nationalism to Islamism and Salafism, Journal of Communist Studies and
Transition Politics, 25:1, 73-94, DOI: 10.1080/13523270802655621