by Lowell Bezanis UNDERSTANDING TURKEY IS ESSENTIAL to comprehension of current developments in the Balkans, the Transcaucasus, and, to a lesser extent, Central Asia. Relations with the latter two regions are comparatively new vocations for Turkey, both complementing and complicating its relations with the Middle East, of which it is an intrinsic part, and with […]

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