Crisis of democracy and rise of insecurity in Ingushetia

In my article on the situation in Ingushetia I tried to show how interdependent democracy and security are.

“Insecurity in Ingushetia
by Valery Dzutsev
25 February 2008

Moscow’s heavy-handed policies are spurring radicalization, not taming it.

Tensions in Ingushetia show few signs of abating, despite the massive influx of Russian security services, special forces and soldiers into the restive Russian North Caucasus republic.”

Full text: http://www.tol.cz/look/TOL/article.tpl?IdLanguage=1&IdPublication=4&NrIssue=257&NrSection=4&NrArticle=19402

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