No. 1 (25), 2004

 

IN THIS ISSUE:

NATION-BUILDING

Alim Dononbaev, Asel Naskeeva. POLITICAL CULTURE AND MODERNIZATION IN THE CENTRAL ASIAN STATES

Azhdar Kurtov. STATE POWER IN THE CENTRAL ASIAN COUNTRIES: QUO VADIS?

Sergey Smirnov. AZERBAIJAN: THE TRANSFER OF POWER

Edik Minasian. STATE-LEGAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE TRANSFORMATIONS IN ARMENIA (1991-2003)

David Aprasidze. THE BUREAUCRATIC-PATRIMONIAL STATE IN GEORGIA: HAS THE ROSES REVOLUTION GIVEN IT A NEW LEASE OF LIFE?

Abdusattor Jabborov. NATION-BUILDING IN TAJIKISTAN

REGIONAL SECURITY

Richard Giragosian, Roger N. McDermott. U.S. MILITARY ENGAGEMENT IN CENTRAL ASIA: GREAT GAME OR GREAT GAIN?

Sergey Minasian. ISRAEL, TURKEY: MILITARY-POLITICAL AND MILITARY-TECHNICAL COOPERATION (regional security problems)

RELIGION IN SOCIETY

Igor Dobaev. JIHAD IN THE ISLAMIC WORLD AND THE NORTHERN CAUCASUSTHEORY AND PRACTICE

Raziat Kazimova, Dmitri Kotelenko. ISLAM AND DEMOCRACY: DAGHESTANS PROGRESS TOWARD DEMOCRACY

Kanatbek Murzakhalilov. PROSELYTISM IN KYRGYZSTAN

ENERGY POLICY

Zurab Tevzadze. CASPIAN OIL: ITS EXPORT ROUTES AND TRANSPORTATION PROBLEMS

David Preiger, Irina Maliarchuk, Taisia Grinkevich. UKRAINE, RUSSIA, AND THE CENTRAL ASIAN STATES: COOPERATION PROBLEMS IN THE GAS SECTOR

Igor Tomberg. OIL PIPELINE IN THE FAR EAST: ECONOMICS AND GEOPOLITICS

Mariam Arunova, Gennadi Kochevoi. JAPAN AND THE CASPIAN OIL

TRANSPORTATION CORRIDORS

Alexander Mukhin, Vladimir Mesamed. THE NORTH-SOUTH INTERNATIONAL TRANSPORTATION CORRIDOR: PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS

Igor Azovskiy. RAILROADS IN THE CENTRAL ASIAN COUNTRIES: PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS

REGIONAL POLITICS

Arsen Vartanian. ON THE EVOLUTION OF IRANIAN POLICIES IN THE SOUTHERN CAUCASUS

Alexander Chepurin. AZERBAIJAN: THE NEW PRESIDENT TAKES HIS FIRST STEPS

REGIONAL ECONOMIES

Roman Gotsiridze. GEORGIA: CONFLICT REGIONS AND THE ECONOMY

Mederbek Osmonaliev, Talaibek Koichumanov. RESTRUCTURING KYRGYZSTANS EXTERNAL DEBT: OPPORTUNITY ANALYSIS

Nazarali Khonaliev. SOCIOECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF GORNY BADAKHSHAN

Jahangir Kakharov. UZBEK-RUSSIAN ECONOMIC RELATIONS AND THE IMPACT OF THE RUSSIAN ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE ON UZBEKISTANS GROWTH AND FOREIGN TRADE

FOR YOUR INFORMATION

The Special Feature section in the next issue will discuss: Central Asia and the Caucasus

  • Tightening Regional Security
  • Ethnic Relations and Population Migration
  • World and Regional Centers of Power and their Impact on the Regional Situation

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