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Writings by Topic: Central Asia

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Is Turkey Leaving the West? (71 comments) The Washington Times February 6, 2013
"The Event of Our Era": Former Soviet Muslim Republics Change the Middle East (6 comments) Central Asia and the World: Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan May 1994
The Persianate Zone Central Asia and the World 1994
Turkey, Iran, and Pakistan Compete in Central Asia Christian Science Monitor April 8, 1993
Trip Report: Central Asia Middle East Council Wire October 21, 1992
The Problem of Soviet Muslims (1 comment) Asian Outlook (Taipei) March-April 1991
Moscow's Next Worry: Ethnic Turks (1 comment) New York Times February 13, 1990
The Third World Peoples of Soviet Central Asia (1 comment) The Third World: Premises of U.S. Foreign Policy 1983

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Publication Date
Ankara Flirts with the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (2 comments) Lion's Den :: Daniel Pipes Blog June 7, 2012


Publication Date
Turkey's Relations with the West and the Turkic Republics: The Rise and Fall of the "Turkish Model"
by Idris Bal
Middle East Quarterly June 2001
Islam and Politics in Afghanistan
by Asta Olesen
Choice December 1995
The North Caucasus Barrier: The Russian Advance towards the Muslim World Middle East Quarterly June 1994
Red Odyssey: A Journey Through the Soviet Republics
by Marat Akchurin
Orbis Summer 1993
Central Asia: The New Geopolitics
by Graham E. Fuller
Orbis Summer 1993
The Ili Rebellion: The Moslem Challenge to Chinese Authority in Xinjiang, 1944-1949 (1 comment)
by Linda Benson
Orbis Summer 1990
The Wind Blows Away Our Words: A Firsthand Account of the Afghan Resistance
by Doris Lessing
Orbis Spring 1988
Among the Afghans
by Arthur Bonner
Orbis Spring 1988
The Kazakhs
by Martha Brill Oclott
Orbis Winter 1988

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