People moved into leadership in Russia, into their positions, quickly; our election was superficialNo peace in Chechnya, say analysts Nov 22, 2002
The sides have become so polarized it has become personal, a civil war, which is almost impossible to stop. It only draws in new leaders to continue the war. More young Chechens are joining the rebels in the mountainsNo peace in Chechnya, say analysts Nov 22, 2002
There must be an international solution to the Chechnya crisis, Chechnya must have its own status, and the international community must provide guaranteesNo peace in Chechnya, say analysts Nov 22, 2002
The Moscow Tragedy and the Search for Peace in ChechnyWashington Agenda-General Nov 20, 2002
The Moscow Tragedy and the Search for Peace in ChechnyWashington Agenda-Weekahead Nov 15, 2002
Ruslan Imranovich Khasbulatov (Russian: Руслан Имранович Хасбулатов) (born November 22, 1942) is a Russian economist and politician of Chechen descent who played a central role in the events leading to the 1993 constitutional crisis in the Russian Federation.
Khasbulatov was born in Tolstoy-yurt, a village near Grozny, the capital of Chechnya, on November 22, 1942. Following Stalin's decision to deport the entire Chechen population on February 23, 1944, Khasbulatov was moved, along with his mother, to the Kazakh SSR; his father, mortally ill, remained behind in hospitalization and soon died.
After studying in the Almaty, Khasbulatov moved to Moscow in 1962, where he studied law at the prestigious Moscow State University. After graduating in 1966, he joined the Communist Party of the Soviet Union. He continued his studies, focusing on the political, social and economic development of capitalist countries, and received several higher degrees between 1970 and 1980. During the 1970s and 1980s, he published a number of books on international economics and trade.