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Year: 2009
In September 2002, a catastrophic geomorphic event occurred in the Caucasus Mountains, southern Russia, in which almost the entire mass of Kolka Glacier detached from its bed, accelerated to a very high velocity (max
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Year: 2008
DFID has a rolling programme of Country Programme Evaluations (CPEs) with 5 or 6 evaluations of countries or regions per year
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Year: 2008
The war in South Ossetia was entirely predictable and indeed over-predicted – and still took every major actor, including Russia, by surprise
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Year: 2006
It would be superficial to categorize all conflicts within the context of modern state-building in the North Caucasus as interethnic or religious
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Year: 2005
This volume contains the main results of 20 years of fieldwork in the northwest Caucasus
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Year: 2004
The people of the Southern Caucasus are coming to a crossroads and a moment for choices
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Year: 2004
In high mountain regions, a number of natural catastrophes are related to glaciers, eg, outbursts of glacier-dammed lakes or interglacial water reservoirs, glaciers destroyed by volcanic eruptions, and various types of glacier surges
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Year: 2002
With the long-term Eastward enlargement of the EU, the Carpathian and the Caucasus mountains are increasingly becoming established in the public consciousness as European mountains
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Year: 2001
With the collapse of the Soviet Union the geopolitics of the mountain areas of the former USSR changed fundamentally
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