Original report in The Diplomat
By Catherine Putz
At a workshop hosted by George Washington University’s Central Asia Program, John Heathershaw, an associate professor in international relations at the University of Exeter, and David Montgomery, a visiting assistant professor in anthropology at the University of Pittsburgh, discussed the findings of their report, released last November by Chatham House, The Myth of Post-Soviet Muslim Radicalization in the Central Asian Republics. Heathershaw and Montgomery were joined by three discussants–Marlene Laruelle of GWU, Noah Tucker of Registan.net, and Michael Hall of the Open Society Foundation–who offered insightful comments about the report and its implications.
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