John B. Dunlop

John B. Dunlop is a senior fellow at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution. He is an expert on Russia’s two wars in Chechnya, nationalism in the former Soviet Union, Russian cultural politics, and the politics of religion in Russia.

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Articles by John B. Dunlop

RUB ‘EM OUT IN THE CRAPPER!

The First Channel (Russian state television) serves de facto as the most influential voice of the Putin regime, reaching as it does into nearly every village and hamlet in the

WHY CHECHENIZATION WILL LIKELY FAIL

Perhaps the most significant reason why the policy of "Chechenization" - aptly described in the February 23 issue of Chechnya Weekly by Andrei Smirnov as a policy intended "to make

WHY CHECHENIZATION WILL LIKELY FAIL

Perhaps the most significant reason why the policy of "Chechenization" - aptly described in the February 23 issue of Chechnya Weekly by Andrei Smirnov as a policy intended "to make

RUB ‘EM OUT IN THE CRAPPER!

The First Channel (Russian state television) serves de facto as the most influential voice of the Putin regime, reaching as it does into nearly every village and hamlet in the