2014 Sonrasında Kırım Tatarları ve Ukrayna: Ortak Bir Düşman Karşısında Yeniden Kurulan İlişkiler



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Citation Formats
F. K. Şahin, “2014 Sonrasında Kırım Tatarları ve Ukrayna: Ortak Bir Düşman Karşısında Yeniden Kurulan İlişkiler,” Uluslararası Suçlar ve Tarih / International Crimes and History, pp. 137–176, 2018, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://avim.org.tr/tr/Dergiler/Uluslararasi-Suclar-ve-Tarih-International-Crimes-and-History.