I can't say I'm in the habit of reading Today's Zaman on a daily basis (indeed, I'm very unclear on what that means), but Brian Ulrich is right: "I've long wanted to read up on the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, which I see an awful lot of in my current affairs reading. Fortunately, Mehmet Ogutcu has put together a good overview of the group and its implications."

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