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European Proceedings of Social and Behavioural Sciences
With the USSR collapse, the North Caucasian region became a polygon, where Russian national policy was tested for strength. In the early 1990s, ethno-territorial and ethno-status contradictions, which were defined as a number of "problem issues", escalated in the North Caucasus: the "Shapsut question"; movement for a separate Karachay autonomy; the question of dividing Kabardino-Balkaria by ethnic lines; creation of a separate Ingush autonomy; the question of the Nogai autonomy formation;doi:10.15405/epsbs.2022.11.30 fatcat:d2dkj4aitrh6fi4mqsdx4nmodm