Russia and Azerbaijan: A Borderland in Transition
Columbia University Press, 1995 - 290 pages
A cultural history of a people split in two by the forces of imperialism, this study examines the long-standing Russian-Iranian division of the land west of the Caspian Sea. The author explores the diplomatic history of Azerbaijan and the strength of ethnic identity which remains.
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