No. 5 (35), 2005

 

IN THIS ISSUE:

POLITICAL PROCESS TODAY

Sergey Luzianin. COLOR REVOLUTIONS IN THE CENTRAL ASIAN CONTEXT: KYRGYZSTAN-UZBEKISTAN-KAZAKHSTAN

Leonid Medvedko. ANNIVERSARY OF THE GREAT VICTORY AND THE TECHNICOLORED NATURE OF EXTREME DEMOCRACIES

Farkhod Tolipov. THE MOMENT OF TRUTH: END OF THE TRANSITION PERIOD? (On the Democratic Initiative in the Central Asian States)

REGIONAL POLITICS

Alexander Catranis. NATOS ROLE IN CENTRAL ASIA

Nino Chikovani. A UNITED CAUCASUS: REALITY ROOTED IN THE PAST OR HIGH-FLOWN POLITICAL ILLUSIONS?

Timur Shaymergenov. CENTRAL ASIA: NATOS MILITARY-POLITICAL STRATEGY AND RUSSIA

Martin C. Spechler. CENTRAL ASIA BETWEEN WEST AND EAST

Igor Dobaev, Alexander Dugin. GEOPOLITICAL TRANSFORMATIONS IN THE CAUCASIAN-CASPIAN REGION

Sergey Tolstov. UKRAINES FOREIGN POLICY AFTER THE ORANGE REVOLUTION

Sulayman Reshiev. THE FEDERAL CENTERS POLITICAL LEEWAY IN CHECHNIA AND ITS ECHO IN RUSSIAS SOUTH

ELECTIONS

David Babaian. PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS IN NAGORNO-KARABAKH: LEGAL AND POLITICAL ASPECTS

Namig Aliev. NAGORNO-KARABAKH: SEPARATISM AND ELECTORAL LEGITIMACY

Vladimir Mesamed. IRAN: ILLOGICAL ELECTION OR THE END OF THE REFORM ERA

RELIGION IN SOCIETY

Arbakhan Magomedov, Viktor Viktorin. ISLAM IN THE CASPIAN AND THE CAUCASIAN FOOTHILLS BORDERLAND: SOCIAL AND RELIGIOUS REVIVAL ON THE FRINGES OF THE MUSLIM WORLD

Elmir Kuliev. AZERBAIJAN: IRANIAN VECTOR OF RELIGIOUS REVIVAL

REGIONAL ECONOMIES

Veniamin Ginsburg, Manuella Troschke. POSITIONED BETWEEN CHINA AND RUSSIA: THE CENTRAL ASIAN COUNTRIES FIND THEIR OWN APPROACH TO PRIVATIZATION

Vladimir Glonti. THE ECONOMIC COMPONENTS OF THE FORMATION OF GEORGIAN FEDERALISM

FOR YOUR INFORMATION

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

  • Border Delimitation and Separatism
  • What Makes the Parliamentary and Presidential Elections in Central Asia and the Caucasus Specific
  • Political and Economic Development Trends

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