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Economic and Political Trends in Central Asia

Shirin Akiner

Economic and Political Trends in Central Asia

by Shirin Akiner

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Published by Kegan Paul International Ltd. .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Economic Conditions,
  • Contemporary Politics - Asia,
  • Business / Economics / Finance,
  • Business/Economics

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages320
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11240269M
    ISBN 100710303521
    ISBN 109780710303523
    OCLC/WorldCa20416183

    The energy resources of Central Asia are expected to play a pivotal part in the Chinese economy due to geographic proximity and shared borders. 3 The Caspian Sea and its continental shelf are the third largest area in the world of developable energy reserves. 4 Kazakhstan, in particular, has oil reserves of between 9 to 40 billion barrels 5 and. Executive Summary. Two new regional initiatives potentially could transform Central Asia’s political landscape. China’s Silk Road Economic Belt (SREB), launched by President Xi Jinping in , offers multi-billion dollar investments in transport and industry and a vision of free trade across the region.

      Russia and China increased bilateral trade; concluded a range of economic and political agreements; and forged a new political institution in Central Asia, the Shanghai Cooperation Organization.   Thus, the potential EU toolkit of policies that could support economic and political transition in Central Asia is limited. In the context of the limited engagement of bilateral donors, 8 the IMF, World Bank, various UN agencies and the Asian Development Bank have provided major financial and technical support to modernization in Central Asia.

    A new database pools information about political exiles pursued across borders by the states of Central Asia Technology and Policing a Pandemic in Central Asia. 1 hour ago  The Chinese concept of political warfare, for example, specifically ties together political, economic, military, and diplomatic elements, and exploits not only traditional political and diplomatic.


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The digit and digit formats both work. Get this from a library. Political and economic trends in Central Asia. [Shirin Akiner;] -- A comprehensive study of Soviet Central Asia, covering politics, education, agricultural problems, ethnic and demographic issues and the role of Islam in the region.

Recent political. A separate chapter deals with the energy resources of the region and the challenges of bringing oil and gas to the world market, and the question of whether Central Asian states will return to the Russian sphere of influence or seek closer ties with Asia or Europe is examined.

The book concludes with prospects for future political and economic Cited by: Central Asia consists of five culturally and ethnically diverse countries that have fol-lowed different paths to political and economic transformation in the past 25 years since achieving independence from the Soviet Union.

Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan have in relative terms made strides in market reforms, while Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan have. Through an interdisciplinary approach, the book explores key aspects of institution building as well as economic and political governance in Central Asia. Contributors from a variety of disciplines, such as economics, political economy, political science, sociology, law, and ethnology, investigate the challenges of institutional transition in a.

A powerful American presence in Central Asia will, however, necessarily compromise the SCO and reconstitute the region’s political future. The U.S. holds two primary interests: first, it has long eyed the area’s rich oil and gas reserves, and American companies are eager to develop this wealth; and second, it desires tactical ground to.

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This essay will lay out three frameworks for understanding the comparative, historical, and political framework for understanding Central Asia, including the competition over the region by various great powers in the 19th century (the Great Game), the period of the Soviet rule, and the current trends of the region.

The book also analyzes the impact of different external forces on central Asian countries, with particular emphasis on the Russia-led Eurasian Economic Union and the impact of trade and investment ties with China. A particular focus of the book is the challenges and opportunities of regional cooperation in central Asia.

This work contains a selection of annotated documents, including party platforms and declarations of the major political groupings in the Islamic republics of the former Soviet Union. The book covers primarily the period from towhich can be characterized as the first stage in the formation of a pluralistic society in these emerging states.

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The economic, political, and geopolitical future of Central Asia has been the subject of much speculation since the region emerged from under the Soviet banner. This book offers systematic, informed analysis of the most important issues and choices facing the region. Economic and political trends in Southeast Asia.

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OCLC Number: Description: 65 leaves 28 cm. Series Title: Current issues seminar series. The 9/11 attacks, the U.S. invasion of Afghanistan, and the oil boom of recent years have greatly increased the strategic importance of resource-rich Central Asia, making an understanding of its economic — and therefore political — prospects more important than ever.

In The Central Asian Economies Since Independence, Richard Pomfret provides a concise and up-to-date. POLITICAL LEGITIMACY TRENDS IN CENTRAL ASIA H.B.

Paksoy At the moment, the political map of Central Asia resembles very much the time that gave rise to Timur: Mongols, the absolute rulers of the region during the 12thth c. were in steep decline, having lost the cultural and economic battle to more deeply rooted civilizations.

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Since Soviet collapse, the independent republics of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan have faced tremendous political, economic, and security challenges. Focusing on these five republics, this textbook analyzes the contending understandings of the politics of the past, present and future transformations of Central.

Central Asia book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Based on first-hand research conducted by the Moscow Centre for Civilizationa 3/5(1). This article aims to give an overview of the analytical approaches to political economy of Central Asia.

It argues that twenty years after transition paradigm we still find lingering separation between politics and economics that compartmentalizes studies of economic development, nation- and state-building into separate projects.

1 The analytical separation between economics. The economic role of Russia remains significant in Central Asia and the rest of Commonwealth of Independence States even after the collapse of the Soviet Union. Most Central Asian countries are dependent on remittances from their northern neighbors.

23 The current downturn in Russia and Kazakhstan has resulted in job- terminations for one to.This book is the first general introduction to the economies of central Asia, specifically the recently independent countries of Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, and Turkmenistan.

Richard Pomfret provides a historical and structural analysis of this area of the former Soviet Union, with an emphasis on their economic situation.In his new book, The Bukharan Crisis: A Connected History of 18th-Century Central Asia (University of Pittsburgh, ), Scott Levi brings new perspectives into the historiography of early Modern Central Asia.

Levi reflects on recent scholarship to identify multiple causal factors that contributed to the Bukharan crisis of the 18th century.