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Preview — Na wschód do Tatarii. Podróże po Bałkanach, Bliskim Wschodzie i Kaukazie. by Robert D. Kaplan
Na wschód do Tatarii. Podróże po Bałkanach, Bliskim Wschodzie i Kaukazie.
Demokracja może bujnie rozkwitnąć w Europie Środkowej, w połu ...more
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If history is any guide, the Balkans natur ...more
Apparently, the first part of this book is like a sequel to Kaplan's Balkan Ghosts: A Journey Through History. I'd just like to mention that I haven't read that, and didn't know anything about its significance until I read about it in other reviews, and therefore I can't offer an opinion on that.
As for "Eastward to Tartary" - despite the curiously outdated title, this book seems to be incredibly current for its time. It is interesting to read this 1 ...more
He outlines the important historical events and the influence they have had on the modern day struggles of this region. I don’t agree with ...more
After one crosses the ...more
Fantastic portrait of the Balkans and beyond. Kaplan more or less does the exact route I've been wanting to do -- from eastern Europe through Turkey, Syria and several 'stans. He doesn't go all the way across Mongolia and China and Russia, but for at least the beginning, his trip mirrors my planned trip.
Of course, Kaplan's a well-respected journalist and has all sort of contacts and connections that I lack, but that's part of what makes this a great read, it's not just a travel narrative, but an...more
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