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Akhmadov, Ilyas - Chechnya’s Secret Wartime Diplomacy, ebook

Chechnya’s Secret Wartime Diplomacy

Akhmadov, Ilyas


Table of contents
1. Introduction
Ilyas Akhmadov
2. Maskhadov’s First Briefing
Ilyas Akhmadov, Nicholas Daniloff
3. Immediate Tasks Ahead
Ilyas Akhmadov, Nicholas Daniloff
4. Contact with Dr. Brzezinski
Ilyas Akhmadov,…

Chelysheva, Oksana - Who Is Responsible? War Crimes in Chechnya, ebook

Who Is Responsible? War Crimes in Chechnya

Chelysheva, Oksana


The Russian Federation has not efficiently investigated any of the crimes in Chechnya and the perpetrators remain unpunished. Based on statistical data of thousands of crimes against the Chechens, the book announces the prohibited issues constantly silenced by the

Chelysheva, Oksana - They Followed Me in the Street, ebook

They Followed Me in the Street

Chelysheva, Oksana


The Assassination of a Journalist and Other Horror Stories from Present Day Russia. The colleague of Anna Politkovskaya, Oksana Chelysheva is a Russian human rights activist, writer and campaigner. In her memoir she describes life in Russia, the harassment…

Tsygankov, Andrei P. - Russophobia, ebook


Tsygankov, Andrei P.


The Chechnya “Oppressor” and U.S. Objectives in the Caucasus
Andrei P. Tsygankov
5. “Authoritarianism at Heart” and Washington’s Democracy Promotion
Andrei P. Tsygankov
6. “Expansionism by Habit” and American Security
Andrei P. Tsygankov

Cohen, Samy - Democracies at War against Terrorism, ebook

Democracies at War against Terrorism

Cohen, Samy


Russia’s War in Chechnya: The Discourse of Counterterrorism and the Legitimation of Violence
Anne Le Huérou, Amandine Regamey
12. Algeria: Is an Authoritarian Regime More Effective in Combating Terrorist Movements?
Luis Martinez
13. Conclusion

Sjoberg, Laura - Gender, War, and Conflict, ebook

Gender, War, and Conflict

Sjoberg, Laura


From Pakistan to Chechnya, Sri Lanka to Canada, pioneering women are taking their places in formal and informal military structures previously reserved for, and assumed appropriate only for men. Women have fought in wars, either as women or covertly dressed as men, throughout the history