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2 Jun 00
Azerbaijan's rebuff from the Council of Europe is galling to Baku because neighbouring Armenia looks set to be accepted into the organisation's ranks.
2 Jun 00
Disillusioned young men in Kabardino-Balkaria are flocking to join the ranks of the security forces which promise them easy money and self-respect.
2 Jun 00
Ethnic disputes between the Karachai and the Cherkess appear to be irreconcilable, raising concerns of new conflict in the North Caucasus.
26 May 00
The inhabitants of one remote Armenian village view political shenanigans in Yerevan with the same bemused detachment as they watch American soap operas on TV
26 May 00
Russian police believe Chechen Wahhabis may be responsible for eleven gruesome murders in two Caucasian republics
26 May 00
Comment. The Nagorny Karabakh regime is eradicating any vestige of political opposition in the run-up to the parliamentary elections
26 May 00
It was no coincidence that the Kremlin's threats to bomb terrorist bases in Afghanistan came on the eve of the Minsk security summit
17 May 00
Privatisation seems to offer the only chance of salvation for Armenia's national airline whose wings have been clipped by $12 million of debt
17 May 00
Russians tighten up security in the Chechen lowlands as rebel forces announce the start of the spring campaign
17 May 00
The pagan customs of ancient Circassian tribes survive the depredations of the Soviet era

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