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Russia and Azerbaijan: Relations after 1989

Murat Gül [1]

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Russia and Azerbaijan: Relations after 1989
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Bibtex @ { alternatives21076, journal = {Alternatives :Turkish Journal Of International Relations}, issn = {2146-0809}, eissn = {1303-5525}, address = {Yalova Üniversitesi}, year = {2015}, volume = {7}, pages = {47 - 66}, doi = {}, title = {Russia and Azerbaijan: Relations after 1989}, key = {cite}, author = {Gül, Murat} }
APA Gül, M . (2015). Russia and Azerbaijan: Relations after 1989. Alternatives :Turkish Journal Of International Relations, 7 (2&3), 47-66. Retrieved from http://dergipark.gov.tr/alternatives/issue/1703/21076
MLA Gül, M . "Russia and Azerbaijan: Relations after 1989". Alternatives :Turkish Journal Of International Relations 7 (2015): 47-66 <http://dergipark.gov.tr/alternatives/issue/1703/21076>
Chicago Gül, M . "Russia and Azerbaijan: Relations after 1989". Alternatives :Turkish Journal Of International Relations 7 (2015): 47-66
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ISNAD Gül, Murat . "Russia and Azerbaijan: Relations after 1989". Alternatives :Turkish Journal Of International Relations 7 / 2&3 (Aralık 2015): 47-66.