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The Balkans and Caucasus: Parallel Processes on the Opposite Sides of the Black Sea

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The overall character of the Black Sea region has been defined over time in various ways. For specialists in economy and trade, it has represented a region at the crossroads of the trade routes between Europe and Asia; for political scientists and historians, it has been a space of confrontation between the great terrestrial and naval powers; for the scholars attentive to ...more
Hardcover, 350 pages
Published April 1st 2012 by Cambridge Scholars Publishing
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