War Clouds Over Chechnya

Quinn-Judge, Paul
October 1999
Time International (South Pacific Edition);10/25/99, Issue 43, p36
Describes the atmosphere in Chechnya as war with Russia becomes a strong possibility. The Russian and Chechen strategies; The attitude of the Chechen soldiers; Comments from Chechnya's President Aslan Maskhadov. INSET: Chechnya's Troubled Back Door, by Wendell Steavenson.


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