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Ethnicity and territory in the former Soviet Union : regions in conflict

Auteur(s) : Hughes, James (Éd.)
Sasse, Gwendolyn (Éd.)
Description matérielle : xii-256 p. ill. 23 cmCollection : (The Cass series in regional and federal studies) Publication : London : Frank Cass, 2002.Cote : R.39ISSN : 13635670.Note : Réf. Dissém. ; Index  Thématique : Identité ethnique | Conflit | EthnologieThématique spécifique : Ethnicité | Pouvoir | Fédéralisme | Nation | Démocratie | Guerre | Identité nationale | Institution | Indépendance | Communisme | Territoire | Région | Frontière | Elite | Minorité ethnique | Autonomie | Citoyenneté | Régionalisme | Nationalisme | Etat | PolitiqueGéographique : Ouzbékistan | Arménie | Kazakhstan | Moldavie | Russie | Georgie | Union soviétique | Asie centrale | Ukraine
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