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Towards An Economic Cooperative Zone of Turkic Nations: Aspirations and Bottlenecks

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  • M. Zaman

    (Ithaca College)

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    Turkey and the central Asian nations of Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan all have linguistic and cultural ties that could blossom into some form of economic bloc that could also attract a number of Middle Eastern states as well as China, Mongolia, and South Korea into more closer coordination of economic and regional policies.This study analyzes the likely economic and socio-political benefits of a cooperative bloc of the Turkic nations. It also elaborates on the possible domestic as well as regional and international antagonism against the formation and operation of such a bloc. This paper was presented May 23, 2008, at the 18th International Conference of the International Trade and Finance Association at Universidade Nova de Lisboa in Lisbon, Portugal.

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    Paper provided by International Trade and Finance Association in its series International Trade and Finance Association Conference Papers with number 1110.

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    Date of creation: 06 Aug 2008
    Handle: RePEc:bep:itfapp:1110
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