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What is the severity and most likely effectiveness of the current insurgency in the North Caucasus regions and how is it likely to change between now and the 2008 Russian presidential election? by Mind Map: What is the severity and most likely
effectiveness of the current 
insurgency in the North Caucasus
regions and how is it likely to change between now and the 2008 Russian presidential election?
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What is the severity and most likely effectiveness of the current insurgency in the North Caucasus regions and how is it likely to change between now and the 2008 Russian presidential election?

Insurgency in North/South Caucuses

Who?

Demographic analysis, Individual Country Studies, Race/Ethnicity, Religion, Languages, Political/Government, Age/Gender, Socioeconomic Status, Social impacts of economic activity, Kremlin's role in controlling socioeconomic problems, Economic impacts of social activity, Education

Terrorist, Leaders/Key Players

Groups/Organizations, Capabilities, Level of Violence, Type of Violence, Methods of Operations, Targets, Areas of Operation, Safe Havens, Major Attacks, Background, Origins, Ideology, Goals, Link Analysis, Membership, Key Leaders, Members, Resources, Internal, External

Insurgent, Leaders/Key Players, Main Groups

Why?

Religious?

Ethnic?

Political?

Other?

What?

Level of violence, Methods of attacks, Tactics

Current Situation in each republic

Has the insurgency spread to other areas?

Analysis of Competing Hypotheses

Insurgency in Chechnya

Geographic growth, Geographic analysis, Locations/"hot spots"

Spread of Violence, Regional Safe Havens, Links to Terrorist/Insurgent Groups or Organizations, Severity within North Caucasus region

Origins, mikke, yash

How are the 2008 Russian Presidential election candidates linked to the North Caucasus region?

Link Analysis

Presidential Candidates

Russia's connection to Kadyrov Presidency

Putin's involvement in candidacy selections

Stability/Survivability of Kadyrov Regime in Chechnya

Links to 2008 Russian presidential election candidates

Effects of continued relationship with Russia

Positive

Negative

Does he want to stay integrated?

Opposition

If So..., Level of Threat to Kadyrov, Groups/Organizations, Links to Insurgents/Terrorists

Public Approval

Strength of rule

Attempts/Actions to gain approval

Actions weakening approval

What has been the recent military response to the insurgents in the North Caucasus region?

Military/Police Action

Preemtive tactics

Countertactics

Available Resources/Weapons to fight insurgents

Kremlin Policy Towards Insurgents

Specific Events, Is there a certain location/region where these events are focused?

Tactics/Methods Used

Is the military winning the fight against the insurgents?

If not, why are the insurgents winning/what tactics or capabilities does the military need to gain the advantage?