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[This chapter deals with the way in which the period between the two Chechen wars (1996–1999) was sabotaged by spoilers. Maskhadov, who was head of the Chechen army in Ichkeria—though elected President of Chechnya in 1997—was rapidly weakened by other Chechen ex-combatants, grouped mainly around...
[Since the outbreak of war in 2002, militia organizations have flourished in the southern regions of the country. This chapter analyzes the role of these militia since the official end of the war and examines their social and political influence. Studies of urban militia in the west of the...
[In this collective work we hope to have shown the positive nature of an alternative approach to armed conflict—one which focuses on its main actors, the ex-combatants, and leaves in particular aside an exclusively negative vision of war produced for a large part by some economic analyses of...
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