- Q10.What's happening in North Caucasus?
- Q11. Overall assessment of situation in North Caucasus
- Q12.Is it possible to negotiate with Chechens?
- Q13.Reaction to possible separation of Chechnya?
- Q14.Continue military action or negotiate?
- Terrorist attacks in Russia
- Reasons for the Second Chechen War
- Q15.Do you think that it is possible to stabilize the situation in the North Caucasus, to restore order and peace?
What do you think is happening right now in Chechnya?
Chechnya; war; peace; security; reconstruction; terrorism
Q. How would you assess the situation in the North Caucasus (in Chechnya, Ingushetia, Dagestan, and other national republics of that region)?
political situation; Chechnya; terrorism; islamism; instability; separatism
Some say that it is possible to conduct a dialogue with Chechens on equal terms, while others say that they understand only the language of force, and will interpret attempts to conduct a dialogue as a sign of weakness. Which view is closest to your own?
Levada Center, Nationwide Survey, September, 2004
How do you relate to the possible separation of Chechnya from Russia?
Chechnya; separatism; independence; Russian Federation; territorial integrity
Do you consider that it is necessary to continue military action in Chechnya or begin peaceful negotiations with the Chechen leadership?
Levada Center, Nationwide Survey, February, 2007
Q. Do you think that it is possible to stabilize the situation in the North Caucasus, to restore order and peace?
North Caucasus, order, peace, Russia, conflict zone, Chechnya
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