by Elizabeth Fuller On 9 February, Russian President Boris Yeltsin chaired a meeting of the Presidential Council to evaluate the respective merits of seven alternatives for ending the Chechen conflict. According to former Russian Nationalities Minister Valerii Tishkov, those were the following: > A Russian military victory – isolating and eliminating the last pockets of […]

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