by Elizabeth Fuller THE COLLAPSE OF THE Soviet Union in autumn 1991 gave rise to serious concern in the West that the Muslim republics of Central Asia and the Transcaucasus – with a combined population in 1989 of 56 million – could prove vulnerable to Islamic fundamentalism. Armchair strategists predicted that Iran would move to […]

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