Decade of Relative Stability in North Caucasus Coming to an End, Neroznikova Says

Friday, July 5, 2019

Decade of Relative Stability in North Caucasus Coming to an End, Neroznikova Says

Paul Goble

Staunton, July 3 – The decade of relative stability in the North Caucasus, a period during which the authorities were not able to resolve “the basic problem of the region,” the clash between Islamic fundamentalism and a corrupt and lawless civil power, is rapidly coming to an end, according to Yekaterina Neroznikova, a journalist who has long worked in the region.

She tells Sovershenno Sekretno commentator Anton Krivenyuk that there are likely to be leadership changes in Daghestan and Chechnya as well as more corruption scandals and that these things will only exacerbate the underlying problems of a region that remains divided into “ethnic quarters” (sovsekretno.ru/articles/kto-mozhet-rabotat-toporom-/). Read more

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Ingushetia Close to Explosive ‘Point of No Return, Matiyeva Says

Saturday, June 1, 2019

Ingushetia Close to Explosive ‘Point of No Return, Matiyeva Says

Paul Goble

Staunton, June 1 – Anzhela Matiyeva, a member of the Ingush Committee of National Unity, says that if Moscow does not intervene very soon and remove the corrupt, irresponsible and increasingly repressive Yunus-Bek Yevkurov as Ingushetia’s head “tomorrow the point of no return will have been passed” and she can’t predict what might happen.

The political analyst and activist’s conclusion comes at the end of a long interview she gave to Anna Veber, a Paragraphs journalist, in which Matiyeva outlined the way in which things have been deteriorating in Ingushetia because of Yevkurov’s actions over the last two years (paragraphs.online/article/386-ingushskiy-aktivist-my-khotim-tolko-odnogo-ponimaniya). Read more

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Fliers Appear in Ingushetia Calling for Republic to Leave Russia and Join Georgia

Monday, June 3, 2019

Fliers Appear in Ingushetia Calling for Republic to Leave Russia and Join Georgia

Paul Goble

Staunton, June 3 — In what be a reflection of the growing radicalization of Ingush protesters or a provocation staged by Yunus-Bek Yevkurov intended to justify an even more draconian crackdown, fliers have appeared in Magas and other cities of Ingushetia urging that the republic withdraw from Russia and join the Republic of Georgia.

Opposition leaders disowned the effort saying that it was either the work of hotheads or provocateurs and pointing out that during the entire course of the protests, they have rejected separatism or any violation of Russian law (eadaily.com/ru/news/2019/06/02/v-ingushetii-rasprostranyayutsya-listovki-s-antigosudarstvennymi-prizyvami). Read more

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بيان بشأن الأحداث المؤسفة بين إنغوشيتا والشيشان

بيان بشأن الأحداث المؤسفة بين إنغوشيتا والشيشان

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Statement on the Unfortunate Events between Ingushetia and Chechnya

Statement on the Unfortunate Events between Ingushetia and Chechnya

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Черкесский общественный лидер выступил в поддержку ингушских активистов, задержанных после митингов

Черкесский общественный лидер выступил в поддержку ингушских активистов, задержанных после митингов 

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Митинг в Магасе, 26 марта 2019 года

Митинг в Магасе, 26 марта 2019 года

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400 Students from the Caucasus Arrested and Abused in Moscow

400 Students from the Caucasus Arrested and Abused in Moscow

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