Caucasia


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Caucasia:

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, Rus. Kavkaz, region and mountain system, SE European Russia, Georgia, and Azerbaijan. Armenia is not crossed by the Caucasus range but is considered part of the greater region. The mountain system extends c.
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Caucasia

a region in SW Russia, Georgia, Armenia, and Azerbaijan, between the Caspian Sea and the Black Sea: contains the Caucasus Mountains, dividing it into Ciscaucasia in the north and Transcaucasia in the south; one of the most complex ethnic areas in the world, with over 50 different peoples
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President of Huawei Central Asia and Caucasia Region James Chen said, "TechCity project is a very important platform on which Huawei with operators verify leading technologies, realize business success and take social responsibility.
Bacyk warned that Russia may take some negative steps against Turkey on every international platform, with regards to Caucasia, the Mediterranean, Cyprus and beyond.
Based on circumstantial evidences we may only speculate that the roots of Winkler's mistake somehow originate from von zur Muhlen who corresponded with Winkler personally [28], and like Guldenstadt travelled in Caucasia in 1910 as a geology student of the University of Tartu [29].
The genus Corylus includes a large array of species originated mainly in the Northern hemisphere and widely represented in Anatolia Northern Caucasia Chines Himalayas and some parts of Europe (Arikan 1960; Kasapligil 1972; Ozbek 1978).
The prospect of American LNG invading the European market, including Ukraine and other former parts of the Soviet Union on the European or Caucasia sides, had already caused Putin to reflect on the longevity of Russia's use of natural gas as an instrument of regional control.
La configuracion de la identidad local en la diversidad local: el caso de Caucasia.
Caucasia Europe, Mountains of South East Middle Asia, Turkey, Moldova, Ukraine, Armenia, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and Iran (Ghahari et al.
Davutoglu proclaims that the strategic depth of Turkey is predicated first on Turkey's strategic geopolitical location, near the Bosporus and its neighboring countries in the Middle East, Europe, and Caucasia, and second on historical depth, in that it shares a common history with all these regions as the heir of the Ottoman state (Davutoglu, 2001, p.
Their topics include transgressing racial and sexual boundaries in Nella Larsen's Passing and Danzy Senna's Caucasia, the magical realist construction of Chicano folklore in Rudolfo Anaya's Bless me, Ultima, ex-centered remembrance and duality of self in Paul Auster's memoir The Invention of Solitude, representing Greek immigration to the US in documentaries, the Irish paradigm of achieving locality through globality, and Canadian women writers in and out of the archive.