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- A Chronicle of Current Events. Journal of the Human Rights Movement in USSR. Amnesty International Publications. Londres. N° 40-41-42, 45, 1979, n°45, 1980.

- Adam Ségolène, The Right to Return of the Meskhetians, a Deported People in the Former Soviet Union. Problem Posed by Dismemberment of the USSR, Graduate Institute of International Studies, Genève, n.p., Janvier 1999, 26 p.

- Conquest Robert, The Nation Killers. The Soviet Deportation of Nationalities. Macmillan, Londres, 1970, 222 p.

- Gachechiladze Revaz, The New Georgia. Space, Society, Politics. UCL press, 1995, 205 p.

- Melikišvili Lia, Latent Conflict in Polyethnic Society, CIPDD (Caucasian Institute for Peace, Democracy and Development), Tbilissi University Press, Tbilissi, 1999, 144 p.

- Nahaylo Bohdan, Swoboda Victor, Soviet Disunion. A History of Nationalities Problem in the USSR. Hamish Hamilton, London, 1990, XVI + 432 p.




- Pohl J. Otto, “Meskhetian Turks, Kurds, and Khemshils” pp.129-136 in Ethnic Cleansing in the USSR, 1937-1949, Greenwood Press, Westport, Connecticut, 1999, 179 p.

- Reddaway Peter, Uncensored Russia. The Human Rights Movement. The Annotated Text of the Unofficial Journal « A Chronicle of Current Events ». Jonathan Cape, London, 1972, 499 p.


- Sheehy Ann, Nahaylo Bohdan, The Crimean Tatars, Volga Germans and Meskhetians : Soviet Treatment of Some National Minorities. Minority Right Group, Report n°6. 3rd edition. London, 1971 pour la 1ère édition. 28 p.

- Suny Ronald G. (ed.), Transcaucasia, Nationalism, and Social Change. Essays in the History of Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia. University of Michigan Press, [1983] 1996, 543p. Plus particulièrement Golden Peter B.,“The Turkic people and Caucasia”pp.45-67.


 - Tomlinson Katerine G., Coping as Kin: Responses to Suffering amongst Displaced Meskhetian Turks in post-Soviet Krasnodar, Russian Federation. University College London Department of Anthropology, Thesis submitted for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy, n.p., Mai 2002, 241 p.

- Caucasian Institute for Peace, Democracy and Development (CIPDD), Forum on Early Warning and Early Response (FEWER), Policy Brief : Javakheti in Georgia. Problems, Chalenges and Necessary Responses (July 2000). CIPDD, brochure de 6 p., 2000.

- Open Society Institute  (OSI), The Forced Migration, Meskhetians Turks : Solutions and Human Security. 1998, VIII + 72 p.

- Sumbadze Nana, « The Problem of Muslim population of southern Georgia: prospects of deportation and the local resistance», consulté sur Internet le 02.02.2004:






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