Turkey-Iran Relations, 1979-2004: Revolution, Ideology, War, Coups and Geopolitics
The author emphasizes that, in addition to the Palestine-Israel conflict, the significance of the oil and gas resources of the Middle East and the U.S. and British occupation of Iraq, relations between Turkey and Iran are vital to understanding the politics of the Middle East and the future of the region."--BOOK JACKET.
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