A New Great Game in the Transcaucasus

@inproceedings{Winrow2000ANG,
  title={A New Great Game in the Transcaucasus},
  author={G. Winrow},
  year={2000}
}
Images of a new Great Game have caught the imagination of commentators on Central Asia and the Transcaucasus following the unravelling of the Soviet Union. Rudyard Kipling had originally coined the term. when referring to rivalry in Central Asia between Britain and Tsarist Russia. This chapter examines whether there is a new Great Game in the Transcaucasus. Such a Great Game would be based to a large extent on pipeline politics. The Transcaucasus refers specifically to the territory of three… Expand
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