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North Caucasus: The Challenges of Integration (IV): Economic and Social Imperatives
North Caucasus: The Challenges of Integration (IV): Economic and Social Imperatives
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A man in a wheelchair is reflected in a mirror, as he watches a news broadcast showing Russia's President Vladimir Putin in Stavropol, southern Russia, on 2 December 2014. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko

North Caucasus: The Challenges of Integration (IV): Economic and Social Imperatives

For two decades, the North Caucasus conflict has been among Europe’s deadliest. Recently, victims were less, but risks associated with growing Islamic State (IS) influence in the insurgency are growing. To prevent a new rise in violence, Moscow must promote transparent governance as well as social and economic opportunities in its six North Caucasus republics.

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