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Chechnya : from past to future

Author: Richard Sakwa
Publisher: London Anthem Press 2005
Edition/Format:   Computer file : English
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A remarkable collection of essays, considering every angle of the Chechen conflict.
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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: Erscheint auch als:
Chechnya: from past to future
London : Anthem Press, 2005
XV,300 S.
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Sakwa
ISBN: 9781843313618 1843313618 9781843311645 184331164X
OCLC Number: 967386221
Notes: Title from publisher's bibliographic system (viewed on 02 Oct 2015).
Description: 1 online resource (xv, 300 pages)
Contents: Introduction: Why Chechnya? / Richard Sakwa --
Chechnya in Russia and Russia in Chechnya / Dzhabrail Gakaev --
Chechnya and Tatarstan: differences in search of an explanation / Valentin Mikhailov --
The Chechen war in the context of contemporary Russian politics / Emil Pain --
A multitude of evils: mythology and political failure in Chechnya / Robert Bruce Ware --
Chechnya and the Russian military: a war too far? / Pavel Baev --
The Chechen wars and the struggle for human rights / Alexander Cherkasov and Dmitry Grushkin --
Dynamics of a society at war: ethnographical aspects / Valery Tishkov --
Chechnya: the breaking point / Tom de Waal --
Globalisation, 'new wars', and the war in Chechnya / Peter Shearman and Matthew Sussex --
Western views of the Chechen conflict / Mike Bowker --
A war by any other name: Chechnya, 11 September and the War Against Terrorism / John Russell --
The peace process in Chechnya / James Hughes.
Responsibility: edited by Richard Sakwa.

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A remarkable collection of essays, considering every angle of the Chechen conflict.

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