Dr. Anatoly Isaenko

Dr. Anatoly Isaenko earned his B.A. and M.A. in History and English Language at North Ossetian State University in Vladikavkaz, Russia. Dr. Isaenko went on to complete his Ph.D in Global History at Moscow State University, Russia in 1976 with a dissertation titled The Puritan Movement in England in the Sixteenth and the Beginning of the Seventeenth Centuries. Prior to becoming a professor at Appalachian State University, Dr. Isaenko was Professor and Chair of Ancient and Medieval History at North Ossetian State University, in Vladikavkaz, North Ossetia-Alania, Russia. Throughout his distinguished career, Dr. Isaenko has researched topics pertaining to global history, ethnic conflict, world terrorism, as well as the ancient history of North Iranians (Scythians, Sarmatians, Alans) and their impact on world civilizations. He acts as a leading expert and consultant on the Caucasus and Central Asia for Advanced Regional Analysis Course of the United States Army at the J.F.K. Special Warfare Center and School in Fort Bragg, N.C. Outside of this position, Dr. Isaenko is also an expert for the Immigration and Naturalization Service in Political Asylum cases.

There are 6 included publications by Dr. Anatoly Isaenko :

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Ethnic Conflicts In The Caucasus And Women Suicide Bombers 2012 25 On August 28, 2012, Aminat Kurbanova committed suicide in the Dagestani village of Chirkei, killing the spiritual leader of the two major Sufi orders in the North Caucasus, and six other people. Earlier, Maria Khorosheva (and her husband Razdobud’ko)...
Finding The Middle Ground: The Practical And Theoretical Center Between Ethnic Ideal And Extreme Behaviors 2001 32 This paper seeks to identify and describe the practical and theoretical middle ground between extreme ethnic prejudice that fuel acts such as pogrom and murder and the ready acceptance of individuals of every ethnicity in all aspects of life. Almost ...
Georgian-Alan (Ossetian) Dynastic And Military Ties In The Medieval Period 2015 57 The last cycle of Georgian-Ossetian ethnic conflict in the 1990's-2000's badly damaged relations between the two distinct groups. Hostility was provoked by a flood of publications in both countries claiming that the roots of such hatred reached deep ...
The Impact Of Natural And Human-Made Disasters In The Caucasus 2013 15 "Mommy! Mommy!" -- a voice of a child was coming out of the opening -- "let me out please, I've always been a good boy . . ." "Please, go to sleep, dear": what else could this desperate mother have said, mad with fear, while on her knees amidst the r...
The Long Arm Of The Dead: Traumas And Conflicts In The Caucasus 1995 28 Anyone who has read about, or seen on TV, the destruction of Grozny in Chechnya during the fall and winter of 1994-5 comes away with at least three impressions. One is that Russia attacked the Chechen capital without serious provocation, forcing the ...
A White Russian in the Green Hell: Military Science, Ethnography, and Nation Building 2014 89912 This article considers how Juan Belaieff’s experiences in the Caucasus of Russia during the early twentieth century shaped his later work with the Paraguayan military in the Chaco region. His Russian training in both military science and ethnography ...