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Aldis Ann C (dir.). The second Chechen war. Sandhurst: Conflict Studies Research Center; 2000.

Amnesty International. The Russian Federation. Denial of Justice. London: Amnesty International Publications; 2002.

Awde N, Galaev M. Chechen-English and English-Chechen Dictionary and Phrasebook. UK: Curzon Press; 1997.

Babchenko A. A Soldier's War in Chechnya. London: Portobello Books Ltd; 2008.

Baiev K, Daniloff R. The Oath: A Surgeon Under Fire. New York: Walker Publishing Company, Inc.; 2004.

Bennett V. Crying Wolf. The Return of War to Chechnya. London: Macmillan; 1999.

Blanch L. The Sabres of Paradise. Conquest and Vengeance in the Caucasus. London: John Murray; 1960.

Blank B. "The OSCE, Russia, and Security in the Caucasus". In: Helsinki Monitor. 1995; vol. 6; num. 3. p. 65-80.

Blandy CW. A Compendium of Conflict in the Caucasus. Sandhurst: Conflict Studies Research  Center; 1994.

Bloed A. “OSCE Chronicle. The OSCE and the conflict in Chechnya”. In: Helsinki Monitor. 2000; vol. 11; num. 2. p. 58-60.

Caiazza A. Mothers and soldiers: gender, citizenship and civil society in contemporary Russia. London: Routledge Curzon; 2002.

Carrère d’Encausse H. The End of the Soviet Empire. The Triumph of the Nations. New York: HarperCollins; 2002.

Colarusso J. "Chechnya: The War without Winners", Current History. 1995; vol. 94; num. 594. p. 329-36.

Coppieters B. “The Caucasus as a Security Complex”. In: Coppieters B (ed.). Contested Borders in the Caucasus. Brussels: VUB University Press; 1996. p. 196-200.

Cornell SE. Small Nations and Great Powers: A Study of Ethnopolitical Conflict in the Caucasus. London: Curzon Press; 2000.

Denbar R. "Human Rights in Chechnya and the OSCE". In: Helsinki Monitor. 1997; vol. 8; num. 1. p. 59-74.

Derluguian GM. Bourdieu's Secret Admirer in the Caucasus: A World-System Biography. Chicago: University of Chicago Press; 2005.

Dunlop JB. Russia Confronts Chechnya. Cambridge: Cambridge University; 1998.

Dunlop JB. The 2002 Dubrovka and 2004 Beslan Hostage Crises: A Critique of Russian Counter-Terrorism. Cambridge: Cambridge University; 2006.

Evangelista M. The Chechen Wars. Will Russia got he way of the Soviet Union? Washington: Brookings Institution; 2002.

Forsythe R. "The Politics of Oil in the Caucasus and Central Asia". In: Adelphi Paper. 1996; num. 300.

Fowkes B (ed.). Russia and Chechnia: The Permanent Crisis: Essays on Russo-Chechen Relations. London: St Martin's Press; 1998.

Funch L, Krag H. The North Caucasus. London: Minority Rights Group; 1994.

Galaev M. The Chechen Crisis: Background and Future Implications. Sandhurst: Conflict Studies Research Centre; 1995.

Gall C, De Waal T. Chechnya. A Small Victorious War. London: Pan; 1997.

Gall C, De Waal T. Chechnya: Calamity in the Caucasus. New York: New York University Press; 1999.

Gammer M. The Lone Wolf And the Bear: Three Centuries of Chechen Defiance of Russian Rule. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press; 2006.

German TC. Russia’s Chechen War. London: Routledge; 2003.

Gilligan E. Terror in Chechnya. Russia and the tragedy of civilians in war. (Human Rights and Crimes Against Humanity). New Jersey: Princeton University Press; 2009.

Glucksmann A, Greene S. Open Wound: Chechnya 1994-2003. London: Trolley; 2003.

Goldenberg S. Pride of Small Nations: The Caucasus and Post-Soviet Disorder. London-New Jersey: Bed Books; 1994.

Goltz T. Chechnya Diary: A War Correspondent's Story of Surviving the War in Chechnya. New York: St. Martin’s; 2003.

Greene S. Open Wound: Chechnya 1994-2003. London: Trolley Books; 2004.

Griffin N. Caucasus: A Journey to the Land between Christianity and Islam. Chicago: University of Chicago Press; 2004.

Hewitt BG. The Indigenous Languages of the Caucasus, vol. 2: The North West Caucasian Languages. Ann Arbor, MI: Caravan Books; 1989.

Hughes J. Chechnya: From Nationalism to Jihad. (National and Ethnic Conflict in the 21st Century.) Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press; 2007.

Human Rights Watch. Welcome to hell. Arbitrary detention, torture and extortion in Chechnya. New York: Human Right Watch; 2000.

Human Rights Watch. "As If They Fell From the Sky". Counterinsurgency, Rights Violations, and Rampant Impunity in Ingushetia. HRW Report; June 24, 2008. Available at: http://www.hrw.org/en/reports/2008/06/24/if-they-fell-sky

Human Rights Watch. "What Your Children Do Will Touch Upon You". Punitive House-Burning in Chechnya. HRW Report; July 2, 2009. Available at: http://www.hrw.org/en/reports/2009/07/02/what-your-children-do-will-touch-upon-you-0

Human Rights Watch. "Who Will Tell Me What Happened to My Son". Russia's Implementation of European Court of Human Rights Judgements on Chechnya. HRW Report; September 27, 2009. Available at: http://www.hrw.org/en/reports/2009/09/28/who-will-tell-me-what-happened-my-son-0

Jagielski W. Towers of Stone: The Battle of Wills in Chechnya. New York: Seven Stories Press; 2009.

Jaimoukha A. The Chechens: A Handbook. London: Routledge; 2005.

Jersild A. Orientalism and Empire. North Caucasus Mountain Peoples and the Georgian Frontier, 1845-1917. London: McGill-Queen's University Press; 2002.

Jonson L, Esenov M (dirs.). Chechnya: the international community and strategies for peace and stability. Stockholm: Swedish Institute of International Affairs; 2000.

Karny Y. Highlanders: A Journey to the Caucasus in Quest of Memory. New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux; 2001.

Khan MI. The Muslims of Chechnya: Struggle for Independence. Leicester: Islamic Foundation; 1995.

King C. The Ghost of Freedom: A History of the Caucasus. Cambrigde: Oxford University Press; 2008.

Krag H, Funch H. The North Caucasus. Minorities at a Crossroads. London: Minority Rights Group International; 1994. p. 11-2.

Knezys S, Sedlickas R. The War in Chechnya. College Station: Texas A & M University Press; 1999.

Lieven A. Chechnya. Tombstone of Russian Power. New Haven: Yale University; 1999.

Liono A. The Chechen problem: sources, developments and future prospects. Copenhague: Danish Institute of International Affairs; 1999.

Matveeva A. The North Caucasus. Russia's Fragile Borderland. London: Royal Institute of International Affairs; 1999.

Meier A. Chechnya: To the Heart of a Conflict. New York: WW Norton & Co; 2004.

Nedkov V. 57 Hours: A Survivor’s Account of the Moscow Hostage Drama. USA: Penguin Global; 2004.

Nikolaev YuK. Chechnya Revisited. US: Nova Science Publishers Inc; 2002.

O’Ballance E. Wars in the Caucasus, 1990-1995. New York: New York University Press; 1997.

Oliker O. Russia’s Chechen Wars, 1994-2000. Lessons from urban combat. Santa Mónica: RAND; 2001.

Orr M. Russia’s Wars with Chechnya, 1994-2003. London: Osprey Publishing; 2007.

OSCE. Report on the Media Situation in Chechnya. OSCE; 2003.

Panfilov O (coord.). Dangerous profession. Monitoring of violations of journalists’ rights in the CIS 2000. Moscow: Human Rights Publishers; 2001.

Panfilov O. Putin and the Press: The Revival of Soviet-style Propaganda. London: Foreign Policy Centre; 2005.

Panico C. Conflict in the Caucasus: Russia's war in Chechnya. London: Research Institue for the Study of Conflict and Terrorism; 1995.

Politkovskaya A. A Dirty War. London: The Harvill Press; 2001.

Politkovskaya A. Putin's Russia. London: The Harvill Press; 2004.

Politkovskaya A. A Small Corner of Hell: Dispatches from Chechnya. Chicago: University of Chicago Press; 2007.

Politkovskaya A. A Russian Diary. London: Vintage; 2008.

Politkovskaya A. Nothing But the Truth. London: Vintage; 2010.

Roberts J. Caspian Pipelines. London: Royal Institute of International Affairs; 1996.

Russell J. Chechnya: Russia's "War on Terror”. London: Routledge; 2007.

Safranchuk I, Pogorelyi M (eds.). Contemporary Russian Military Journalism. Achievements, Problems, Perspectives. Washington-Moscow: Center for Defense Information & Center of War and Peace Journalism; 2004.

Sakwa R. Chechnya from Past to Future. London: Anthem Press; 2005.

Schandermani A. Mission in Chechnya. US: Nova Science Publishers, Inc; 2003.

Schwartz S. Chechnya’s Challenge to Russian Superpower. London: Anthem Press; 2000.

Sedivi, J, et al. "Enlargement and European Defence after 11 September". In: Challiot Papers. Institute for Security Studies. June 2002; num. 53. Available at: http://www.iss.europa.eu/uploads/media/chai53e.pdf

Seely R. The Russian-Chechen Conflict, 1800-2000. London: Frank Cass; 2001.

Seierstad A. The Angel of Grozny: Life Inside Chechnya. London: Little, Brown Book Group; 2008.

Smith S. Allah’s Mountains: The Battle for Chechnya. London: Tauris Parke Paperbacks; 2005.

Souleimanov E. An Endless War: The Russian-Chechen Conflict in Perspective. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang Publishing; 2006.

Tirmazi SAI. Chechnya: Tragedies and Triumphs. S.A.I. Tirmazi; 2000.

Tishkov V. Chechnya: Life in a War-Torn Society. Berkeley: University of California Press; 2004.

Tolz T. "The War in Chechnya". In: Current History. 1996; vol. 95; num. 603. p. 316-21.

Trenin D, Malashenko A. Russia’s Restless Frontier: the Chechnya Factor in Post-Soviet Russia. Washington: Brookings Institution; 2001.

Ustinova M. The chechen conflict in the eyes of prominent chechen intellectuals. Moscow: Institute of Ethnology and Anthropology, Russian Academy of Sciences; 2004.

Ware RB, Kisriev EF. Dagestan. Russian Hegemony and Islamic Resistance in the North Caucasus. Armonk, NY: ME Sharpe; 2009.

Wood T. Chechnya. The Case for Independence. London: Verso Books; 2007.

Zelkina A. In Quest for God and Freedom. Sufi Naqshbandi Brotherhood of the North Caucasus. London: C Hurst & Co Publishers Ltd; 2000.

Zelkina A. The Chechens: A Handbook. London: RoutledgeCurzon; 2005.

Zverev A. "Ethnics Conflicts in the Caucasus 1988-1994". In: Coppieters B (ed.) Borders in the Caucasus. Brussels: VUB University Press; 1996. p. 13-72.

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