By Sophie Hohmann,Claire Mouradian,Silvia Serrano,Julien Thorez
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Development in Central Asia and the Caucasus: Migration, Democratisation and Inequality in the Post-Soviet Era (International Library of the Caucasus) by Sophie Hohmann,Claire Mouradian,Silvia Serrano,Julien Thorez