Nationalism in the East today is reflected in the fires raging in Chechnya, just as they did in the former Yugoslavia yesterday. This inferno threatens to engulf Dagestan and Ingushetia, while Tatarstan in central Russia is showing its anger and demanding greater autonomy. For the first time after 1991 diplomats are whispering about Russia being […]

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