At this week's meeting of the Organization for Security and Operation in Europe, strains between the U.S. and Russia were apparent when President Clinton and Boris Yeltsin openly disagreed over Russia's involvement in Chechnya . Scott talks with Andrew Bennett, a government professor at Georgetown University and author of a new book on Chechnya, and Viktor Kremenyuck, director of the Institute of USA-Canada studies at the Russian Academy in Moscow.



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