No. 1 (19), 2003

IN THIS ISSUE:

ETHNIC RELATIONS

Klara Khafizova. SEPARATISM IN CHINAS XINJIANG-UIGHUR AUTONOMOUS REGION: DYNAMICS AND POTENTIAL IMPACT ON CENTRAL ASIA

Olga Zhigalina. THE KURDS OF WESTERN ASIA: GEOPOLITICS TODAY

Anastasia Ganich. CIRCASSIAN DIASPORA IN JORDAN (self-identification, ideas about historical homeland and impact on North Caucasian developments)

Irina Babich. THE CLAN STRUCTURE AND ITS IMPACT ON POLITICAL SITUATION (CASE-STUDY OF NORTHWESTERN AND CENTRAL CAUCASUS)

REGIONAL ECONOMIES

Martin C. Spechler. ECONOMY AND SECURITY IN CENTRAL ASIA SINCE 9/11: A SKEPTICAL LOOK

Daniel Linotte, Leif-Erik Aune. THE GUUAM JULY 2002 FREE TRADE AGREEMENT. A PRELIMINARY ASSESSMENT

Zharas Ibrashev, Elmira Ensebaeva. EUROPEAN UNION AND KAZAKHSTAN: TRENDS IN TRADE AND ECONOMIC COOPERATION

SPECIAL FEATURE

Russia and the West in Central Asia and the Caucasus: Cooperation or Rivalry?

Sevara Sharapova. THE U.S.-WESTERN EUROPE-RUSSIA TRIANGLE AND CENTRAL ASIA

Dmitry Trofimov. RUSSIA AND THE UNITED STATES IN CENTRAL ASIA: PROBLEMS, PROSPECTS, AND INTERESTS

Lena Jonson. RUSSIA AND CENTRAL ASIA: POST-11 SEPTEMBER, 2001

Magomedsalikh Gusaev. RUSSIA AND THE U.S. IN THE SOUTHERN CAUCASUS: FUTURE PARTNERS OR FUTURE RIVALS?

Dina Malysheva. THE UNITED STATES AND RUSSIA IN THE POST-SOVIET EAST: WHAT IS IN STORE?

Igor Zonn, Sergey Zhiltsov. RUSSIA AND THE U.S. IN CENTRAL ASIA AND THE CAUCASUS: A SEARCH FOR REGIONAL STABILITY

Kaana Aidarkul, Mels Omarov. COOPERATION BETWEEN RUSSIA, THE U.S. AND KYRGYZSTAN IN NEW GEOPOLITICAL CONTEXT

REGIONAL POLITICS

Nikolai Kuzmin. CENTRAL ASIA AFTER THE OPERATION IN AFGHANISTAN

Sergey Minasian. CIS: BUILDING A COLLECTIVE SECURITY SYSTEM

Natik Mamedli. INTEGRATION ISSUES AT SUMMITS OF THE TURKIC-SPEAKING STATES

Roger N. McDermott. BORDER SECURITY IN TAJIKISTAN: COUNTERING THE NARCOTICS TRADE?

Oleg Boronin, Andrei Bykov. REGIONAL ASPECTS OF THE RUSSIAN-KAZAKHSTAN FRONTIER (USING RUSSIAS ALTAI TERRITORY AS AN EXAMPLE)

RELIGION IN SOCIETY

Akhmet Iarlykapov. REVIVAL OF ISLAMIC EDUCATION IN THE NORTHERN CAUCASUS

Sergey Berezhnoy. THE ROLE OF ISLAMIC FACTOR IN CRISIS SETTLEMENT IN CHECHNIA

FOR YOUR INFORMATION

The Special Feature section in the next issue will discuss:

Central Asia and the Caucasus

  • Muslim Centers of Power (Iran, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, and Turkey): Their Impact on the Local Situation.
  • Political Development Trends in the Context of International Antiterrorist Campaign.
  • Energy Policy and Energy Projects.

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