The New Politics of Russia. Interpreting Change



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This article attempts to analyse the political discourse of some of the Azerbaijani elite on the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict through the lens of the views of leading members of Azerbaijani society. The information is based on personal interviews conducted with some influential members of the Azerbaijani political society in Baku in December 2001 and April 2009. The focus of the study was to analyse how Azerbaijanis (re) construct their ideas about Armenian identity and community. The Azerbaijani narration of ...
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Z. Torun, “The New Politics of Russia. Interpreting Change,” EUROPE-ASIA STUDIES, pp. 1344–1345, 2018, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: