opinion in the debate of Chechen's secession

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What is your opinion in the debate of Chechen's secession? As you read in this module, some critics argue that the Chechens had good moral grounds for claiming independence in November 1991; others content that Boris Yeltsin had solid reasons, defensible in legal terms, for defending Russia's territorial integrity. Some also argue that even if Moscow had granted Chechnya independence, this would not have created peace and stability. Make sure to support your arguments with facts that you have learned.

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School: University of Maryland

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Running head: CHECHEN’S SECESSION

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Chechen’s Secession
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CHECHEN’S SECESSION

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There has been a heated debate when it comes to the issue of Chechen’s secession. It
is something that the Chechens have been fighting for since 1990s but they seem not to be
getting their wishes. In fact, Russia under the tutelage of Boris Yeltsin up until today has not
granted the Chechens the freedom they want. Because of this, there have been conflict after
conflict as the Chechens look for ways to secede and ...

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