The prospects for genocide in Chechnya and extremist retaliation against the West

@article{Fredholm2000ThePF,
  title={The prospects for genocide in Chechnya and extremist retaliation against the West},
  author={M. Fredholm},
  journal={Central Asian Survey},
  year={2000},
  volume={19},
  pages={315 - 327}
}
The con ict between Chechnya and the Russian Federation shows few signs of being resolved soon. Russia has again embarked on war as the means to subdue the region, despite the fact that the Chechens regularly have risen against their Russian rulers since the region was Ž rst fully conquered by the tsarist armies in the 19th century. In 1944, the Soviet Union attempted to eliminate the Chechen resistance by deportation and genocide. Will Russia again resort to genocide in the North Caucasus… Expand
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