The signing in August 1996 of the Khasavyurt agreement brought an end to the war that had raged in the tiny Caucasian republic of Chechnya since November 1994. “The terms of that agreement are ambiguous, any decision regarding Chechnya’s status within the Russian Federation has been postponed until 2001. On the eve of the region’s […]

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