Uncaptive Minds, vol. 8 no. 1 (28)

Uncaptive Minds

a journal of information and opinion on Eastern Europe

vol. 8 no. 1 (28)

On February 14-17, 1995, I travelled to Nazran, the capital of Ingushetia, and to the bordering Chechen provinces. During my trip, I visited two refugee camps and a hospital in Nazran, and conducted interviews with a number of refugees, wounded war victims, and officials in the Ingushetian government. Just before my trip to Nazran, I attended the international conference in Moscow on “The KGB Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow.” The conflic... Болей »

Uncaptive Minds, Winter-Spring 1996-97 vol. 9, nos. 1-2 (31-32)

Uncaptive Minds

Special Double Issue

Winter-Spring 1996-97 vol. 9, nos. 1-2 (31-32)

The distinguished British historian, Hugh Seton-Watson, once remarked wisely, “Europe remains the heart of the human race and the heart of Europe is sick.” What he added has been fully justified by recent history: “The remedy for the tension in the middle of Europe lies in Soviet hands alone”. The destruction of Central Europe by two world wars almost obliterated the notion of this important region from people’s minds. Most came to beli... Болей »