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Zurab Todua

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Parents  Djumberi Todua
Alma mater  Moldova State University
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Born  25 December 1963 (age 53) Șoldănești, Moldavian SSR, Soviet Union (1963-12-25)
Political party  Party of Communists of the Republic of Moldova
Occupation  Historian, politician, politologue, publicist, writer
Party  Party of Communists of the Republic of Moldova

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Zurab Todua (Russian: Зураб Джумберович Тодуа; born 25 December 1963) is a Moldovan historian, politician, politologue, publicist and writer, who served as deputy in the Parliament of Moldova between 2010-2014.

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Since 1991 Todua has researched political, social-economical, inter-ethnic and religious problems in post-soviet space (CIS), being specialised on the conflict regions and zones, and on religious extremism. Todua is well known in Russian-language area, and often is presented as a 'Russian' politologue.

Todua was born in Șoldănești, then part of the Moldavian SSR within the Soviet Union, to a Georgian father and a Moldovan mother. His father, Djumberi Todua, as well is a communist politician who served as deputy in Moldovan Parliament in 2001-2005.

In 1990s, Todua worked as special correspondent, then observer for Russian newspapers "Панорама" (Panorama), "Россия" (Rossiya), and "Новая газета" (Novaya gazeta).

He wrote the following books: «Новая Чечено-Ингушетия» (1992), «Азербайджан сегодня» (1995), «Поединок на азиатском ковре» (1999), «Узбекистан между прошлым и будущим» (2000), «Азербайджанский пасьянс» (2001), «Экспансия исламистов на Кавказе и в Центральной Азии» (2006), «Молдавия и молдавские коммунисты. Политическая хроника переломной эпохи 1988 – 2008» (2009), «Провал «Альянса за Евро» (2010).

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