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IN ENGLISH The president of dead bears
 April 23rd 2009 Prague Watchdog / Magomed Toriyev · ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
No one is able to explain what is going on in Ingushetia. The killing is universal: it is wiping out Russians and Ingush, clerics and businessmen, not to mention employees of the Ingush interior ministry and FSB, and insurgents.
IN ENGLISH Putin is not the master of his country (interview with Leonty Byzov)
 April 17th 2009 Prague Watchdog · ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
Russia is moving along its own tracks in accordance with the principle of inertia, and it’s extremely difficult to intervene with a plus or a minus, or any indicator at all.
IN ENGLISH Kadyrov’s acrobatic etudes (weekly review)
 March 24th 2009 Prague Watchdog / Dzhambulat Are · ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
Some details of the meeting were so extraordinary that they provided an instant insight into the essence of the profoundly Asiatic nature of the relations between the “white” ruler and his “coloured” vassal.
IN ENGLISH Ingushetia revisited
 March 2nd 2009 Prague Watchdog / Valentin Tudan · ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
It is absolutely obvious, however, that Yunus-Bek Yevkurov feels himself to be a man of the state, and will never make a break with the Russian legal system of the kind that his Chechen counterpart, Ramzan Kadyrov, has made.
IN ENGLISH Not the time for a hero
 December 16th 2008 Prague Watchdog / Magomed Toriyev · ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
In the Caucasus bravery verging on insanity is valued and respected more than intelligence and prudence. All that Yevkurov needs is a demonstration of lofty madness, not its actual embodiment.
IN ENGLISH The hero’s non-return
 November 24th 2008 Prague Watchdog / Akhmed Ozdoyev · ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
The fact that Yevkurov has hired people from Aushev’s team is of no significance at all. What really matters is whether he has a mission for the “team”, whether he is ready to protect the village.
IN ENGLISH An idealist in general’s stripes
 November 19th 2008 Prague Watchdog / Magomed Toriyev · ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
In Ingushetia it is being said that Yevkurov has brought the police a little bit of courage.
IN ENGLISH Operation search and destroy
 October 31st 2008 Prague Watchdog / Sergei Gligashvili · ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
Yunus-Bek Yevkurov's appointment means that a new model has been chosen, one which uses the Chechen experience. Instead of deploying in the houses and streets, abducting people, his men will go into the forests and mountains with weapons in their hands.
IN ENGLISH Dagestan: the justice deficit
 October 29th 2008 Prague Watchdog / Tamara Magomedova · ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
Among those who have gone to the forest, there are many of very high social status, individuals who are successful and have brilliant prospects.
IN ENGLISH The rout of the Ingush opposition
 October 22nd 2008 Prague Watchdog / Alexander Voron · ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
The increasing pressure on opposition politicians demonstrates the direction in which the authorities plan to move. As in neighbouring Chechnya, it is likely that lawful, public protest will soon be totally banned.
 
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