Books related to Chechnya (in English)


Amnesty International. Russia: Amnesty Raises Treatment of Captured Russian Troops (London. 19 January, 1995).

Awde, Nicholas Chechen Dictionary & Phrasebook (Hippocrene Books, December 1996)

Balian, Hrair, "Armed Conflict in Chechnya: Its Impact on Children," Case Study for the United Nations: Study on the Impact of Armed Conflict on Children Pursuant to General Assembly Resolution A/RES/48/157, November 1995.

Bennigsen, A. and Wimbush, S. Enders, Muslims of the Soviet Empire: A Guide(Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1986).

Bennigsen Broxup, Marie, ed. The North Caucasus Barrier: The Russian Advance Towards the Muslim World (London: Hurst, 1992).

Blanch, Lesley, "The Sabres of Paradise", Carroll & Graf (reissue edition), (January 1995)

Blandy, Charles, "The Chechen Conflict: A Microcosm of the Russian Army's Past, Present, and Future," Janes Intelligence Review: Special Report no.11(Coulsdon, Surrey: Jane's Information Group, 1996).

---, "A Compendium of Conflict in the Caucasus: Brief No. 1 - Background to the Caucasus," Soviet Studies Research Centre Report 8.1 (March 1993).

---, "A Compendium of Conflict in the Caucasus: Brief No. 2 - Drivers of Instability in the Caucasus," Soviet Studies Research Centre Report 8.2 (March 1993).

---, "The Significance of Pervomayskoye," Conflict Studies Research Centre Working Paper P19 (April 1996).

---, "Chechnya After Dudayev," Conflict Studies Research Centre Occasional Brief p. 43 (May 1996).

---, "Chechen Caravan Trails: Regional Infrastructure In Support of the Chechens," Conflict Studies Research Centre Working Paper p. 21 (April 1996).

Blank, Stephen, "Russian Democracy and the West after Chechnya," Comparative Strategy 15.1 (January-March 1996), pp. 11-30.

Blank, Stephen J. and Tilford, Earl H, Russia's Invasion of Chechnya: A Preliminary Assessment (Carlisle Barracks, PA: Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College, 1995).

Bonner, Yelena; Asuev, Sharip; Hill, Fiona,, "Decision Time for the Caucasus," War Report: Bulletin of the Institute for War and Peace Reporting, 42 (June 1996), pp. 21-31.

Carlotta Gall & Thomas De Wall   "Chechnya: A Small Victorious War"

Center for Economic and Political Research, "The Political Situation in the Northern Caucasus" in series The Political Situation in Russia 2(3) (Moskva: EPIcenter, January 1993).

Colarusso, John, "Chechnya: The War Without Winners," Current History 94.594 (October 1995), pp. 329-337.

Conditions in Detention in Chechen Repubic Conflict Zone: Treatment of Detainees (Moscow: Memorial Human Rights Center, 1995).

Council of Europe documents, including AS/Jur (1995) 22: Report on Human Rights in Chechnya; Resolution 1086, Order No 520, Doc 7531 and Doc 7532 (1996): Developments in the Russian Federation in Relation to the Situation in Chechnya; Doc 7230, Doc 7231, Resolution 1055 and Order No 506 (1995): Russia's Request for Membership in light of the Situation in Chechnya; Doc 7560 Addendum III: Information Report on the Situation in Chechnya; Doc 7633 Addendum II to the Progress Report: Information Report on Chechnya.

"Crushing Chechnya," Freedom Review 26.2 (March-April 1995).

Daniloff, Nicholas and Grigoriev, Sergei, "The Chechen Crisis and the Media," Demokratizatsiya III.2 (Spring 1995) pp. 209-214.

Dunlop, John Russia Confronts Chechnya : Roots of a Separatist Conflict (Cambridge Univ Press, October 1998)

Eismont, Maria, "Chechens Will Fight On Despite Yeltsin's Peace Plan," The Jamestown Foundation Prism II.7 (April 5, 1996).

---, "The Peace Process In Chechnya: Nobody Has Any Illusions," The Jamestown Foundation Prism, II (August 1996).

Felgengauer, Pavel, "A War Moscow Cannot Afford to Lose," Transition (May 31, 1996), pp. 28-31.

Fowkes, Ben Russia and Chechnia : The Permanent Crisis : Essays on Russo-Chechen Relations (St Martins Press, March 1998)

Fuller, Elizabeth, "The Desperate Search For a Compromise in Chechnya," Transition (May 31, 1996), pp. 23-27.

Galaev, Magomet, "The Chechen Crisis: Background and Future Implications," Conflict Studies Research Centre Working Paper P17 (June 1995).

Galeotti, Mark, "Russian Praetorians," Special Advisor for Central and Eastern European Affairs Working Paper (May 1996).

Gall, Carlotta and De Waal, Thomas Chechnya : Calamity in the Caucasus (New York Univ Press, Marh 1998)

Gammer, Moshe Muslim Resistance to the Tsar : Shamil and the Conquest of Chechnia and Daghestan (Frank Cass & Co, April 1994)

Goble, Paul A, "Chechnya and its Consequences: A Preliminary Report." Post-Soviet Affairs 11.1 (January-March 1995) pp. 23-28.

Goldenberg, Suzanne Pride of Small Nations : The Caucasus and Post-Soviet Disorder (London: Zed Books, September 1994)

"Govorukhin Commission Materials Published--Parts 1 and 2," David Johnson's Russia List, August 25, 1996. Translated from Pravda, February 29, 1996.

Hansen, Greg and Seely, Robert, War and Humanitarian Action in Chechnya: Occasional Paper #26 (Providence, Rhode Island: The Thomas J. Watson Institute for International Studies, Brown University, 1996).

Henze, Paul, "The Demography of the Caucasus According to 1989 Soviet Census Data," Central Asian Survey, 10.1/2 (1991) pp. 147-70.

Henze, Paul, et al., Chechnia: Report of an International Alert fact finding mission, September 24-October 3, 1992, (London: International Alert, 1996).

Hill, Fiona, "Russia's Tinderbox: Conflict in the North Caucasus and its Implications for the Future of the Russian Federation," Strengthening Democratic Institutions Project Report, September 1995.

Hill, Fiona and Jewett, Pamela, "Report on Ethnic Conflict in the Russian Federation and Transcaucasia," Strengthening Democratic Institutions Project Report, July 1993.

Hogenkamp, J, Ingushetia, Chechenia, Report of the UNPO Mission to the Republic of

Ingushetia and the Chechen Republic-Ichkeria (December 5-12, 1994), (The Hague: UNPO (Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization), April 1995).

Huttenbach, Henry, ed., "Russia's War Against Chechnya: Five Essays," Association for the Study of Nationalities Analysis of Current Events, 6.6 (February 1995).

International Commission of Jurists, The Russian Armed Intervention in Chechnya and its Human Rights Implications, (Geneva: International Commission of Jurists, October 1995).

Kline, Edward, The Conflict in Chechnya: A Briefing Paper, (The Andrei Sakharov Foundation, March 24, 1995).

Knezys, Stasys and Sedlickas, Romanas The War in Chechnya

Krag, Helen and Funch, Lars, The North Caucasus: Minorities at a Crossroads (London: Minority Rights Group International, 1995).

Lieven, Anatol, Chechnya - Tombstone of Russian Power (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1998)

Lucas, Michael R., The War in Chechnya and the OSCE Code of Conduct. in: Helsinki Monitor: Quarterly on Security and Cooperation in Europe. (Utrecht. June 1995).

Lunev, Stanislav, "Chechen Terrorists-Made in the USSR," The Jamestown Foundation Prism, 2.2 (January 26, 1996).

Marshall-Hasdell, Dennis J, "Russian Airpower in Chechnya," Conflict Studies

Matsov, Akhmat G. and O'Sullivan, Patrick A. A Short Grammatical Outline of the Chechen Language (Dunwoody Press, July 1995)

McFaul, Michael, "Eurasia Letter: Russian Politics After Chechnya," Foreign Policy 99 (Summer 1995), pp. 149-166.

Meier, Andrew, "The Chechen Mafia," The New Republic, April 24, 1995.

Nikolaev, Yu.V., ed., The Chechen Tragedy: Who is to Blame? (Commack, N.Y.: Nova Science Publishers, 1996).

O'Ballance, O'Ballance Wars in the Caucasus, 1990-1995 (New York: New York Univ Press, January 1997)

Ormod, Jane, "North Caucasus: Fragmentation or Federation?" Nations and Politics in the Soviet Successor States, Eds. Ian Bremmer and Ray Tarras (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1993).

OSCE, Report of the OSCE Human Rights Assistance Group to the Russian Federation, Including the Region of the Chechen Crisis, (Prague. March 1995).

Panico, Christopher, Conflicts in the Caucasus: Russia's War in Chechnya, (London: Research Institute for the Study of Conflict and Terrorism, 1995).

Payin, Emil A. and Popov, Arkady A., "Chechnya," U.S. and Russian Policymaking with Respect to the Use of Force, Eds. Jermey R. Azrael and Emil A. Payin (Santa Monica, California: RAND, 1995).

The Political and Economic Situation in Russia After the Chechen War: Possible Options For Further Development, (Washington, D.C.: Kennan Institute for Advanced Russian Studies of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, 1995).

"The Post-Chechnya Call-up: Mobilizing Citizens or Soldiers?," War Report: Bulletin of the Institute for War and Peace Reporting - Special Issue 34 (June 1995).

President's Commission on Human Rights, "Violation of Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law During Armed Conflict in the Chechen Republic," On the Observance of the Rights of Man and the Citizen in the Russian Federation (1994-1995), Trans. Catherine A. Fitzpatrick, February 5, 1996.

Remnick, David, "In Stalin's Wake," The New Yorker, July 24, 1995.

Research Centre Working Paper P20 (March 1996).

"Russia: Russia's War in Chechnya: Victims Speak Out," Human Rights Watch/Helsinki Newsletter 7.1 (January 1995).

"Russia: War in Chechnya: New Report from the Field," Human Rights Watch/Helsinki Newsletter 7. 2 (January 1995).

"Russia: Three Months War in Chechnya," Human Rights Watch/Helsinki Newsletter 7.6 (February 1995).

"Russia, Partisan War in Chechnya on the Eve of the WWII Commemoration," Human Rights Watch/Helsinki Newsletter 7.8 (May 1995).

Shah-Kazemi, Reza, Crisis in Chechnya: Russian Imperialism, Chechen Nationalism, Militant Sufism, (London: Islamic World Report, 1995).

Smith, M.A., "Chechnya: The Political Dimension," Conflict Studies Research Centre Working Paper P14 (May 1995).

---, "A Chronology of the Chechen Conflict, Part 1," Conflict Studies Research Centre Working Paper P16 (June 1995).

---, "A Chronology of the Chechen Conflict, Part 2," Conflict Studies Research Centre Working Paper P18 (January 1996).

---, "A Chronology of the Chechen Conflict, Part 3," Conflict Studies Research Centre Working Paper P22 (July 1996).

Smith, Sebastian, "Allah's Mountains : Politics and War in the Russian Caucasus," I B Tauris & Co Ltd (June, 1998)

Socor, Vladimir, "Pervomaiskoye: Yeltsin's Military and Political Debacle," The Jamestown Foundation Prism 2.2 (January 26, 1996).

Spector, Michael, "Grozny's Morning After," The New York Times Magazine, April 16, 1995, pp. 36-42.

Thomas, Timothy L., The Caucasus Conflict and Russian Security: The Russian Armed Forces Confront Chechnya, (Fort Leavenworth, Kansas: Foreign Military Studies Office, 1996).

Tskhovrebov, Zelim, "An Unfolding Case of Genocide: Chechnya, World Order and the

'Right to Be Left Alone,'" Nordic Journal of International Law, 64.2 (1995).

United States Congress: Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe, Crisis in Chechnya: Hearing Before the Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe, One Hundred Fourth Congress, first session, January 19 and 27, 1995 (Washington, D.C: Government Printing Office, 1995).

United States Congress: Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe, Hearing on Chechnya: Hearing Before the Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe, One Hundred Fourth Congress, first session, May 1, 1995 (Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1995).

Vogel, Heinrich, "Partnership With Russia: Some Lessons From Chechnya," The World Today 51.4 (April 1995), pp. 64-68.

Walker, Edward W., "What's Next in Chechnya," Association for the Study of Nationalities Newsletter, February 1996.

Yasmann, Victor, "The Russian Mafia and the Chechen War," The Jamestown Foundation Prism, June 24, 1995.


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