Ethnic minorities in the Sino-Soviet dispute.

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Abstract

The Sino-Soviet frontier in Central Asia is an artificial boundary which divides several minority groups. This paper focuses on two of these groups, the Kazakhs and Uighurs, and their relations with their fellow Turkic Muslim peoples and with the Soviet and Chinese governments. -from Author

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationSoviet Asian ethnic frontiers
EditorsW.O. McCagg Jr, B.D. Silver
PublisherPergamon
Pages194-226
Number of pages33
StatePublished - 1979

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Dreyer, J. T. (1979). Ethnic minorities in the Sino-Soviet dispute. In W. O. McCagg Jr, & B. D. Silver (Eds.), Soviet Asian ethnic frontiers (pp. 194-226). Pergamon.

Ethnic minorities in the Sino-Soviet dispute. / Dreyer, June Teufel.

Soviet Asian ethnic frontiers. ed. / W.O. McCagg Jr; B.D. Silver. Pergamon, 1979. p. 194-226.

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Dreyer, JT 1979, Ethnic minorities in the Sino-Soviet dispute. in WO McCagg Jr & BD Silver (eds), Soviet Asian ethnic frontiers. Pergamon, pp. 194-226.
Dreyer JT. Ethnic minorities in the Sino-Soviet dispute. In McCagg Jr WO, Silver BD, editors, Soviet Asian ethnic frontiers. Pergamon. 1979. p. 194-226
Dreyer, June Teufel. / Ethnic minorities in the Sino-Soviet dispute. Soviet Asian ethnic frontiers. editor / W.O. McCagg Jr ; B.D. Silver. Pergamon, 1979. pp. 194-226
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