Turkey’s attempt, beginning in 1991, to extend its sphere of influence into the Transcaucasus and Central Asia met with minimal success. But it alarmed Russia, which is jealously protecting its strategic, economic, and military interests in the region by ELIZABETH FULLER TURKEY HAS BEEN CONSTRAINED TO retreat from ideology to pragmatism in its relations with […]

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