by Elizabeth Fuller The announcement that a presidential peace plan for Chechnya was in the making failed to deter a number of prominent personalities from coming forward with their own alternative proposals for resolving the conflict. While focusing on the same issues as Yeltsin (see box, “Yeltsin Offers Seven Scenarios and Two Commissions”), they differed […]

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