Turkey in post-Soviet Central Asia
Gareth M. Winrow, Former Soviet South Project, Russian and CIS Programme (Royal Institute of International Affairs)
Royal Institute of International Affairs, 1995 - Nature - 53 pages
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Turkey and the breakup of the Soviet Union
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