Michaela Pohl

Michaela Pohl, Assistant Professor of History at Vassar College, has written extensively about post-Soviet politics and ethnic relations.

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    Europe Remembers

    The sixtieth anniversary of the deportation of the Chechen and Ingush people on February 23 was widely commemorated and discussed in Europe. Thousands of people in Warsaw, Berlin, Brussels, Copenhagen,

    ELECTIONS IN CHECHNYA: WHO CAN BRING PEACE?

    By Michaela Pohl It is difficult to muster any faith in Chechnya's October presidential elections, considering how the recent census and the referendum were carried out. According to phone calls

    Europe Remembers

    The sixtieth anniversary of the deportation of the Chechen and Ingush people on February 23 was widely commemorated and discussed in Europe. Thousands of people in Warsaw, Berlin, Brussels, Copenhagen,

    ELECTIONS IN CHECHNYA: WHO CAN BRING PEACE?

    By Michaela Pohl It is difficult to muster any faith in Chechnya's October presidential elections, considering how the recent census and the referendum were carried out. According to phone calls