Tatars

The Tatars (; Tatar: татарлар, tatarlar, تاتارلار‎, Crimean Tatar: tatarlar; Old Turkic: 𐱃𐱃𐰺‎, romanized: Tatar [ ]) is an umbrella term for different Turkic ethnic groups bearing the name "Tatar."Initially, the ethnonym Tatar possibly referred to the Tatar confederation. That confederation was eventually incorporated into the Mongol Empire when Genghis Khan unified the various steppe tribes. Historically, the term Tatars (or Tartars) was applied to anyone originating from the vast Northern and Central Asian landmass then known as Tartary, which was dominated by various Turco-Mongol nomadic empires and kingdoms. More recently, however, the term has come to refer more narrowly …

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Fondazione per la Sussidiarietà · 6 May 2022 English

Western military experts have been perplexed that the initial phases of the Russian invasion of Ukraine have followed not the latest strategic doctrine of the Russian military but rather one …

would become Ukraine included not only Slavs, but Tatars, Zaporozhian Cossacks, Jewish and Armenian communities


ISW · 14 April 2022 English

Rosgvardia is deployed to the occupied areas, like Kherson, and has been detaining activists, quashing protests, and engaging in other forms of suppression alongside the Russian Armed Forces.14 Russian atrocities …

torture camp.15 Russia has been prosecuting Crimean Tatars on the peninsula for years.16 Atrocities are a org/news/2017/11/14/crimea-persecution-crimean-tatars-intensifies; https://www.state.gov/reports/202


Wilson Center Canada · 12 April 2022 English

intended for the “victory parade,” while operational The liberators would receive a special greeting in the documents indicate that the invasion’s maximum planned southern and eastern regions of the country. …

birthday,3 were portrayed in Russia as Poles, Crimean Tatars, Germans, Romanians, Roma, national festivals enjoyed


Wilson Center Canada · 12 April 2022 English

intended for the “victory parade,” while operational The liberators would receive a special greeting in the documents indicate that the invasion’s maximum planned southern and eastern regions of the country. …

birthday,3 were portrayed in Russia as Poles, Crimean Tatars, Germans, Romanians, Roma, national festivals enjoyed


1 April 2022 English

This Tweet Thread was written by Kamil Galeev, Galina Starovoitova Fellow at the Wilson Center. Since Ukraine resolved to fight, the choice of a Russian historical track ultimately depends upon …

more flawed than the metropoly: "...Putin allows Tatars elites to steal more than the most impudent United


IMIS · 28 March 2022 English

The paper is based on an analysis of patterns of displacement in the wake of Russia's first intervention in eastern Ukraine in 2014, the application of these patterns to two …

negative- ly affected with the new situation, notably Tatars and Ukrainians, who are now persecuted by Russia are Hungarians, Belarusians, Romanians, Slovaks, Tatars, Moldovans, Poles, Roma, Gagauz, Hutsul, Bulgarians


PRIO · 15 March 2022 English

owing to the fierce resistance of Ukraine and the serious operational and planning • Turkey is looking to minimize weaknesses and mistakes of the much the cost to its interests, …

Centre Report 10. Nicosia: PRIO tion of Crimean Tatars,” Reuters 20 March 2015, Cyprus Centre. https://www


FPRI · 1 March 2022 English

competing principalities. Moscow emerged in 1263 as one such principality, beholden to the Mongols—later Tatars—of the Golden Horde. Ivan III asserted an ambitious political program—that he was Grand Prince “of

such principality, beholden to the Mongols—later Tatars—of the Golden Horde. https://www.sciencedirect


Valdai International Discussion Club · 14 February 2022 English

Turkey’s refusal to recognise Crimea as part of Russia and support for revanchist elements among Crimean Tatars, as well as Turkey’s ambiguities on the Russia-Ukraine controversy, and the revival of the historical

and support for revanchist elements among Crimean Tatars, as well as Turkey’s ambiguities on the Russia-Ukraine


Valdai International Discussion Club · 14 February 2022 English

Turkey’s refusal to recognise Crimea as part of Russia and support for revanchist elements among Crimean Tatars, as well as Turkey’s ambiguities on the Russia-Ukraine controversy, and the revival of the historical

and support for revanchist elements among Crimean Tatars, as well as Turkey’s ambiguities on the Russia-Ukraine


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