Gessen, Masha
May 2000
New Republic;05/22/2000, Vol. 222 Issue 21, p18
Examines the conditions of Grozny, Chechnia and neighboring countries suffering as a result of the civil war in Russia. View that Russian President Vladimir Putin's policy towards crushing insurgence in Chechnia was severe; Instability of Chechnia and nearby Ingushetia, where displaced Chechen have fled for refuge; Social and political elements of Ingushetia, run by General Ruslan Aushev; Reaction of the local public to the war; Participation of people of Rostov, Russia in military of Chechnia; Working conditions of police of Rostov.


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