IWPR's Caucasus Reporting Service, No. 49: contents


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IWPR's Caucasus Reporting Service, No. 49: contents


WELCOME TO IWPR'S CAUCASUS REPORTING SERVICE, NO. 49, September 15,
2000
 
EXASPERATED MOSCOW BACKS KADYROV  The warring heads of Chechnya's
puppet administration have tried the Kremlin's patience to breaking
point. Erik Batuev reports from Nazran, Ingushetia
 
REFUGEES FACE BLEAK WINTER  Russia's own envoys are warning of
impending disaster at the Chechen refugee camps as the cold weather
sets in. Erik Batuev reports from Nazran, Ingushetia
 
KOCHARIAN AND ALIEV TREAD POLITICAL TIGHTROPE  As the Nagorny Karabakh
peace talks rumble on, the enclave's frustrated president feels he is
being left out in the cold. Ara Tadevosian reports from Yerevan
 
RACIST VIOLENCE PLAGUES RUSSIAN ARMY  Vicious racist attacks have
become an occupational hazard for army conscripts from the North
Caucasus - who were once the most respected soldiers in the Russian
forces. Cherkes Bek reports from Nalchik
 
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