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Now Available — Eurasian Disunion: Russia’s Vulnerable Flanks

Russia’s attack on Ukraine and the dismemberment of its territory is not an isolated operation. It constitutes one component of a broader strategic agenda to rebuild a Moscow-centered bloc designed to compete with the West. The acceleration of President Vladimir Putin’s neo-imperial project has challenged... MORE

The South Caucasus 2021: Oil, Democracy and Geopolitics

A retrospective of the 20 years of independence experienced by the countries of the South Caucasus clearly demonstrates the difficulties involved in building a state and restoring an economy after more than 70 years of Soviet rule. Each one of the three post-Soviet republics of... MORE

Kindle Books

You've asked and we've delivered. Books and Reports which have been published by The Jamestown Foundation will now be available for a substantial discount on Kindle. Books can be purchased for $9.95 and Occasional Reports can be purchased for $3.95-$7.95 in the United States.  International... MORE

Volatile Borderland: Russia and the North Caucasus

In Volatile Borderland: Russia and the North Caucasus, The Jamestown Foundation presents a collection of essays by leading experts on the North Caucasus that allows for an in-depth look at the key developments, movements and personalities that have shaped the region since the start of... MORE

The Battle for Yemen: Al-Qaeda and the Struggle for Stability

The Battle for Yemen is a rare and comprehensive volume that tackles the facets of instability that currently plague Yemen. It offers a wealth of analysis and keen observations from the experts of The Jamestown Foundation, who have monitored the developments within Yemen since 2004.... MORE

Volatile Landscape: Iraq and its Insurgent Movements

Violence in Iraq has declined since its civil war of 2005-2007 due to the implementation of the U.S. counterinsurgency strategy, Shi'a militia ceasefires, and the emergence of Iraq's Awakening Movement. But as the U.S. military draws down its forces, Iraq remains a fragile, un-reconciled state,... MORE

Pakistan’s Troubled Frontier

First demarcated in 1893 by British diplomat Sir Mortimer Durand, the northwest frontier was created when the “Durand Line” imposed an artificial border between the tribal Pashtun communities of modern Afghanistan and Pakistan. Today, the frontier has become a breeding ground for a growing Islamic... MORE