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Window On Eurasia: Russia’s Right-Wing And Left-Wing Extremist Groups Similar In Tactics But Different In Organization, Moscow Journalist Finds

posted by eagle on December, 2009 as Imperialism


Window on Eurasia: Russia’s Right-Wing and Left-Wing Extremist Groups Similar in Tactics but Different in Organization, Moscow Journalist Finds

Paul Goble

Vienna, December 12 – “Fascists” and “anti-fascists” in Russia today use such similar tactics that many people see in them “not political opponents but two bands of ‘fighters,’” much in the same way that Germans in the early 1930s viewed clashes between Nazi groups led by Ernst Rohm and Communist ones under Ernst Thalmann, according to a Moscow journalist.
But both then and now, Ruslan Gorevoy writes in this week’s “Novaya versiya,” there were important ideological differences and even more important organizational ones, even if these were and are not always obvious to many of the uninitiated or even to all the immediate participants ( 
“The mass fights, shootouts, and murders of the more odious leaders of one or the other side,” Gorevoy says, “may make it appear to those ...

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KC: The Caucasian Hostage

posted by eagle on as Imperialism

The Caucasian hostage

Publication time: 4 December 2009, 19:20 
With Andrei Babitsky I met in the first war in 1995. He arrived in Ichkeria which was already in full swing in the war. It was in the Vedeno region where the position of the Chechen armed forces were located, above the Baku-Rostov highway.


The town was already in war and it gradually turned from a classic war defense front to a guerrilla war. We stayed in one of the villages of the Vedeno area when journalists from different agencies came. There were Nicholas Tapuriya, an AFP correspondent; and Babitsky, from Radio Liberty.


The situation of the Armed Forces of Ichkeria was critical. Every week we had to defend positions under pressure from hundreds of times superior Russian forces. In this situation, few journalists risked their lives to go to highland villages. But Babitsky came. With him was his teammate named Yevtushenko. They spent a ...

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Prague Watchdog: The War Without A Name

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December 4th 2009 · Prague Watchdog / Oleg Kusov · ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 

The war without a name

By Oleg Kusov, special to Prague Watchdog

MAKHACHKALA, Dagestan – If Russian state television were to offer its viewers real news about the situation in the North Caucasus, the Republic of Dagestan would never be off their screens. That is the grim joke told by political and military analysts in the capital city Makhachkala as they discuss the details of the regular attacks by insurgents on security police and government officials. In November alone there have been just under a dozen of these tragic incidents here. On November 30 Abrek Khadzhiyev, head of the republic’s Magaramkentsky district, was killed in downtown Makhachkala. Early on the same day there was an explosion on the stretch of railway line between the towns of Izberbash and Inchkhe. The bomb went off under an electric passenger train that was travelling from the ...

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SP: LEADERSHIP: The Red Army Turns Pro

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LEADERSHIP:  Red Army Turns Pro

December 3, 2009: Russia reports that its reorganization of its ground forces is continuing, and that the force will be reduced from 1.2 million to one million within two years. The reduction includes the removal of 200,000 officers. Thousands of these officers will remain in service, but as civilians, not officers. This includes many doctors and other technical specialists. All this is intended to end the era of the "Red Army" (the force created by the communists who put together  the Soviet Union in the 1920s.)

Another big change is converting the force from one based on divisions, to one based on brigades. This also includes the elimination of many other Soviet era practices. For example, nearly all brigades will be at full strength in peacetime, eliminating the need to wait for reservists to arrive to fill out the unit before it can move out. Another change is ...

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