Wilson Center Experts

Tadeusz Swietochowski

Former Short-Term Scholar
Kennan Institute

Expertise:
Middle East and North Africa
;
Iran
;
Russia and Eurasia
;
Azerbaijan
Affiliation:
Senior Fellow, Harriman Institute
Wilson Center Project(s):
Russia and Divided Azerbaijan
Term:
Jun 01, 1988
-
Jun 01, 1988

Project Summary

Deals with the borderland of the Soviet union and Iran inhabited by Turkic speaking Muslims. Determines what gave rise to Pan-Azerbaijanism, the movement for some form of unity of the two parts of the country divided by the Turjmanchai frontier, and the interaction of Pan-Azerbaijanism with the policies of Russia. Reviews Russia’s policy toward Iran (and the Middle East) and Azerbaijani national aspirations.

Previous Terms at the Wilson Center:
Sep 01, 1980 - May 01, 1981 - Woodrow Wilson Fellow "Russian Azerbaijan, 1905-1920: The Emergence of a Nation"; Jul 01, 1979 - Aug 01, 1979 - Short Term Scholar "Russian Azerbaijan 1906-1920: The Rise of a Nation"

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