Politics, culture, and history have all played a part in the tremendous changes the Transcaucasian republics have undergone as they attempt to shake off their Soviet past and emerge as independent nation-states i> by LOWELL BEZANIS SHIREEN HUNTER’S THE Transcaucasus in Transitioni>, which presents a bird’s-eye view of the Transcaucasian republics and describes the influence […]

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