by Adrian Vatansever THE COLLAPSE OF COMMUNIST REGIMES in Albania, Bulgaria, and Romania and the disintegration of Yugoslavia are leading to increased interaction between the Turkish Republic and the Balkan states. Balkan Muslim emigres in Turkey have set up numerous organizations in the country over the years, and some analysts are speculating about whether or […]

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