The Russian leader turned Chechen enemies into his closest allies. Here's why it matters
The Russian President turned Chechen enemies into his closest allies—but he may be losing control
"We have all the tools we need to preserve both security and liberty"
In protest of an official's remarks defending a 17-year-old girl's arranged marriage
A renowned Chechen surgeon who once gave shelter to the Tsarnaev family near Boston tells TIME about the pain of losing Americans' trust
Yury Kozyrev recalls the winter of 1999 as one of the most trying and tragic of his career as a photographer. It was the eve of Vladimir Putin’s ascent to the...
Photographer Mikhail Galustov documents daily life in Grozny under strongman President Ramzan Kadyrov