If the Russian powers that be could understand the nature of their opponents, they might be able to counter them. But the evidence at present is that Moscow and its local backers do not and are thus likely to continue to pursue policies that will fulfill Sukhov’s prediction that the war there “will not end.”At Prague Watchdog, Andrei Babitsky also presents some reflections on this "comprehension" issue.
Thursday, June 25, 2009
More on Yevkurov
Again at WoE, Paul Goble has a review of Russian press articles about the recent attempted assassination of Ingushetia's President Yunus-Bek Yevkurov, and notes with reference to a piece by a North Caucasus specialist that