Borders and Brethren: Iran and the Challenge of Azerbaijani Identity

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MIT Press, 2002
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Oslonor: This is a very good book. I have written an article which adds more analysis to the situation in Azerbaijan. Iran: Aryanism to Pan Turkism http://aryanpanturks.blogspot.com/

Contents

The Azerbaijanis until 1920
15
The Azerbaijanis under the Soviet and Pahlavi Regimes
47
The Islamic Revolution and the Azerbayanis
77
Between Two Revolutions
117
The Republic of Azerbaijans Independence
155
Lessons on Iran and Identity Theory
205
Appendix The Azerbaijani Population
221
Selected Bibliography
227
About the Author
237
Index
239
About the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs
251
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