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Product Description: Inner Asia - in premodern times the little-known land of nomads and semi-nomads - has moved to the world's front page in the 20th century as the complex struggles for the future of Afghanistan, Soviet Central Asia, Tibet and other territories make clear...read more

Hardcover:

9780873327787 | M E Sharpe Inc, June 1, 1991, cover price $175.00 | About this edition: Inner Asia - in premodern times the little-known land of nomads and semi-nomads - has moved to the world's front page in the 20th century as the complex struggles for the future of Afghanistan, Soviet Central Asia, Tibet and other territories make clear.

Paperback:

9780873327794 | Reprint edition (M E Sharpe Inc, April 1, 1997), cover price $52.95 | About this edition: Inner Asia - in premodern times the little-known land of nomads and semi-nomads - has moved to the world's front page in the 20th century as the complex struggles for the future of Afghanistan, Soviet Central Asia, Tibet and other territories make clear.

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Product Description: In examining the economic and social reforms of Gorbachev's Soviet Union, the contributors to this new study provide a broad portrait of the state of current soviet relations with the countries of the Asia-Pacific region, the prospects for change, and the perceived role of the Soviet Union in that change...read more (view table of contents, read Amazon.com's description)

Hardcover:

9780275932121 | Praeger Pub Text, July 1, 1989, cover price $84.00 | About this edition: In examining the economic and social reforms of Gorbachev's Soviet Union, the contributors to this new study provide a broad portrait of the state of current soviet relations with the countries of the Asia-Pacific region, the prospects for change, and the perceived role of the Soviet Union in that change.

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