Russia and Azerbaijan: A Borderland in Transition

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Columbia University Press, 1995 - History - 290 pages
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A cultural history of a people split in two by the forces of imperialism, this study examines the long-standing Russian-Iranian division of the land west of the Caspian Sea. The author explores the diplomatic history of Azerbaijan and the strength of ethnic identity which remains.
 

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Contents

The Parting of the Ways and the New Links
1
From the Enlightenment Movement
25
Soviet National Consolidation
104
Soviet Occupation and the Autonomy
135
The Two Azerbaijans and the Empires in Decline
163
Decolonization and Its Crises
193
Epilogue
221
List of Abbreviations
237
Bibliography
269
Index
283
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