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M.J. DENISON. 2006. Why do sultanistic regimes arise and persist? A study of government in the Republic of Turkmenistan, 1992-2006. Ph.D. thesis. Leeds. Last edited by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 47.32%
SELBI HANOVA. 2017. Understanding Central Asian cooperation through state narratives: Cases of Kyrgyzstan and Turkmenistan. Ph.D. thesis. St Andrews. Last edited by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 13.03%
STEVEN B. MARKOFSKY. 2010. Illuminating the Black Sands: Survey and settlement in the Bronze Age Murghab Delta, Turkmenistan. PhD thesis. London (UCL). Last edited by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 38.6%
C. MILLS. 2007. Turkmenbashy: The propagation of personal rule in contemporary Turkmenistan. Ph.D. thesis. St Andrews. Last edited by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 43.3%
ALI MIYNAT. 2017. Cultural and socio-economic relations between the Turkmen states and the Byzantine Empire and West with a corpus of the Turkmen coins in the Barber Institute Coin Collection. Ph.D. thesis. Birmingham. Last edited by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 15.23%
M. SARAY. 1978. The Turkmens in the age of imperialism: A study of the Turkmen people and their incorporation into the Russian Empire. Ph.D. thesis. Wales (Swansea). Last edited by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 51.25%
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