A model for Muslim republics?

Lawday, D.; Kapstein, J.
March 1992
U.S. News & World Report;3/9/92, Vol. 112 Issue 9, p45
Reports that the Bush administration's hope that Turkey will become the stabilizing force in crumbling Central Asia and the Middle East seems is bolstered by the return of the veteran Suleiman Demirel as prime minister. The aims of the new Demirel government; The Turkish economic pact that will be placed among eight Balkan and ex-Soviet nations; The Kurdish problem must be faced.


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