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IN ENGLISH History of Russian-Chechen Relations: Attempt at a Polemic View
 January 4th 2004 Prague Watchdog / Emil Souleimanov · ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
The long-standing conflict between Chechnya and Russia has left very little room for friendly relations. Yet examples of good neighbourly conduct, mutual understanding and a wish to live in peace can be found.
IN ENGLISH Twelve years of bloodshed - who is to blame?
 December 1st 2003 Timur Aliyev · ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 
An interview with historian Magomed Muzayev about the origins and ensuing consequences of the 1991 Chechen revolution.
 
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