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Integration In Energy And Transport

Author : Alexandros Petersen
ISBN : 9781498525541
Genre : History
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The South Caucasus region has established itself as a corridor for transporting energy from Azerbaijan to Georgia, Turkey, and on to Europe. This book examines the capacity of this new east–west “Eurasian bridge” to change the relations among these countries and analyzes the role of transnational extra-regional actors.

Eurasia S Shifting Geopolitical Tectonic Plates

Author : Alexandros Petersen
ISBN : 9781498525510
Genre : History
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This collection features articles, short studies, and interviews by Alexandros Petersen (1984–2014) and constitutes a broad and prescient examination of Eurasian geopolitics. The author analyzes Western relations with the Caucasus and Central Asia, the expansion of Chinese influence, and Russia strategic interests.

Constructing The Uzbek State

Author : Marlene Laruelle
ISBN : 9781498538374
Genre : History
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This collection provides a broad examination of contemporary Uzbekistan. The contributors analyze its geostrategic significance, its economic potential, and its demographic importance. This study also argues that the country’s political, social, and cultural evolutions symbolize the transformations of the region as a whole.

The Central Asia Afghanistan Relationship

Author : Marlene Laruelle
ISBN : 9781498546553
Genre : History
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Central Asia is a relatively understudied neighbor of Afghanistan. The region is often placed into a number of historical and political contexts—a section of the Silk Road, a pawn in the “Great Game,” the “spillover” state that exemplifies the failure of US foreign policy—that limit scholarly understanding. This edited volume contributes by providing a broad, long-term analysis of the Central Asia–Afghanistan relationship over the last several decades. It addresses the legacy of Soviet intervention with a unique first-hand selection of interviews of former Soviet Central Asian soldiers that fought in the Soviet–Afghan War. It examines Afghanistan’s norther neighbors, discussing Russia, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, and Turkmenistan—their strategy for Afghanistan, their perception of challenges and opportunities of the country, and patterns of cooperation and conflict. The collection also looks at recent US strategic initiatives in the region, in particular the New Silk Road Initiative that envisions a growing Central Asia–South Asia connection.

Rewriting The Nation In Modern Kazakh Literature

Author : Diana T. Kudaibergenova
ISBN : 9781498528306
Genre : History
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This interdisciplinary study is a comprehensive survey of cultural discourse and literary production in Kazakhstan. It examines the construction of national narratives before and after Soviet rule and argues that literature has held a central role in the creation of Kazakhstan's national identity.

Kazakhstan In The Making

Author : Marlene Laruelle
ISBN : 9781498525480
Genre : History
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This collection is a multidisciplinary examination of modern-day Kazakhstan. It analyzes the country’s fast-changing national identity, the current regime’s ongoing quest for popular support, relations between the Kazakh majority and the Russian-speaking minorities, and various other issues.

Central Asia In The Era Of Sovereignty

Author : Daniel L. Burghart
ISBN : 9781498572675
Genre : Political Science
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After twenty-five years of independence, there is little doubt that the five Central Asian states will persist as sovereign, independent states. They increasingly differ from each other, and are making their way in global politics. No longer connected only to Russia, they are now connected in important ways to Afghanistan, South Asia, China, Iran, and each other. This volume covers a wide range of issues and presents the work of emerging scholars authors well-known for their expertise in the region. The first part addresses social issues. Covering a wide range from HIV/AIDs to social media, the rebirth of Islam, outmigration, and problematic borders, this section follows two main currents: political development in the region and states’ responses to transboundary challenges. The second part, addressing economics and security, provides analyses of new infrastructure, informal economies (from bazaars to criminal networks), energy development, the role of enclaves in the Ferghana Valley, and the development of the states’ military structures. This section illuminates the interactions between economic developments and security, and the forces that could undermine both. The final part, comprised of five case studies, offers a “deeper dive” into a specific factor that matters in the development of each Central Asian state. These cases include Kazakhstan’s foreign policy identity, Kyrgyzstan’s domestic politics, Tajikistan’s pursuit of hydropower, foreign direct investment in Turkmenistan, and the perception of everyday corruption in Uzbekistan.

Kyrgyzstan Beyond Democracy Island And Failing State

Author : Marlene Laruelle
ISBN : 9781498515177
Genre : History
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This examination of the political, social, and cultural changes of Kyrgyzstan since the collapse of the Soviet Union offers tools to go beyond the country’s simplistic dual status of being both an “island of democracy” and a “failing state” to a more nuanced understanding of its own position and its role in the region.

Azerbaijan Since Independence

Author : Svante E. Cornell
ISBN : 9781317476214
Genre : Computers
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Azerbaijan, a small post-Soviet republic located on the western shore of the Caspian Sea, has outsized importance becaus of its strategic location at the corssroads of Europe and Asia, its oil resources, and

The Origins Of The Civil War In Tajikistan

Author : Tim Epkenhans
ISBN : 1498532780
Genre : History
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This study provides a comprehensive account of the civil war that erupted in Tajikistan in 1992. Based on a wide range of primary sources, it analyzes the conflict s long-term historical and structural roots as well as its short-term causes, including the rapid dismantling of the Soviet Union and the revival of Islamic and nationalist forces."

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