Moscow’s Plans to Install a New Government in Grozny Will Not Necessarily Lead to Political Harmony in War-Torn Chechnya by ELIZABETH FULLER SINCE CHECHEN FORCES abandoned Grozny’s devastated presidential palace on 19 January, providing Moscow with a Pyrrhic victory, Russian Prime Minister Viktor Chernomyrdin has stepped up negotiations with Chechen leaders, the opposition Provisional Council, […]

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