Three books by British journalists struggle to explain how a small nation overcame an imperial power by Aslan Dukayev The Chechen victory over the Russian army in the 1994-1996 war presents a puzzle for Western analysts. How did a small guerrilla army vanquish such a formidable enemy? And why was such a small nation prepared […]

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