The war in Chechnya has drained police resources, while low wages have fostered corruption and prompted many senior officers to quit their jobs by PENNY MORVANT OVER THE PAST DECADE, THE LOT OF THE Russian police officer has not been a happy one. Underequipped and underpaid, the police force has had to deal with a […]

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