Published in journal "Politics and Society", 2009-2 in rubric "Conflict and consensus", pages 0-0.
Resume: Crimea is a multinational and multi-confessional region. Throughout its existence the Slavic Orthodox and Muslim and Turk cultures interacted there. However, along with common interests there were contradictions, which were yet sharper at the time of social and political cataclysms. The author attempts to review the formation of local people before the Revolution, taking into account Tatars as native of this region.
Keywords: political science, Crimean Tatars, Islam, relations among the nation, unique region, religious aspect, conflict potential, pre-Revolutionary period of time, history of the issue
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