Caucasian Powderkeg

Labi, Aisha; Zarakhovich, Yuri
September 1999
Time International (South Pacific Edition);9/20/99, Issue 38, p44
Reports on the guerrilla campaign that is taking place in Russia's Caucasian territories located along its southern border. How the Russian government has responded to the situation; The challenge that Russia is facing in Dagestan; Criticism of the military's handling of the escalating crisis.


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