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Armenia in the Eurasian Economic Union: reasons for joining and its consequences
Abstract On 3 September 2013, the president of Armenia shifted the long-praised process of initialing political association and economic integration with the European Union and announced Armenia’sExpand
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Institutions and identity politics in the Armenian diaspora: the cases of Russia and Lebanon
ABSTRACT The article examines and compares the institutional structures of Armenian diasporas of Russia and Lebanon with the intention of identifying factors that could explain the diverging outcomesExpand
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Navigating between international recognition paradigms: prospects and challenges for Nagorno Karabakh
ABSTRACT The Nagorno Karabakh conflict remains a perplexing challenge for the regional security of the South Caucasus. In spite of decades of negotiations under the auspices of the OSCE Minsk Group,Expand
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Turkish transformation and the Soviet Union: navigating through the Soviet historiography on Kemalism
ABSTRACT Being founded in the wake of the First World War, both Turkey and the Soviet Union followed revolutionary modernizing pathways. At the outset, one could trace many similar patterns in theirExpand
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Kemalism and Communism: From Cooperation to Complication
Abstract Although scholars have examined different aspects of bilateral relations between Turkey and the Soviet Union, many aspects of the relationship remain to be studied and contextualized. ThisExpand
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Book Review: Justifying Genocide: Germany and the Armenians from Bismarck to Hitler
This Book Review is brought to you for free and open access by the Journals at Scholar Commons. It has been accepted for inclusion in Genocide Studies and Prevention: An International Journal by anExpand
Turkish Experience with Totalitarianism and Fascism: Tracing the Intellectual Origins
Many facets of ideological transformation in Turkey between the 1910s and 1930s have been extensively discussed but many more still remain to be studied and contextualised. One of these aspectsExpand
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Turkish soft power politics in Georgia
Soviet Interpretations of Kemalism in the 1920s
Both founded in the wake of World War I, Turkey and the Soviet Union followed revolutionary modernizing pathways. After the consolidation of power, ruling regimes in both countries self-consciouslyExpand
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