CENTRAL ASIA AND THE CAUCASUS

Journal of Social and Political Studies

No. 5 (41), 2006

IN THIS ISSUE:

ENERGY PROJECTS AND ENERGY POLICY

Timur Shaymergenov. GEOPOLITICS AND ENERGY DIPLOMACY IN CENTRAL ASIA AND THE CASPIAN

Igor Tomberg. CENTRAL ASIA AND THE CASPIAN: A NEW STAGE IN THE GREAT ENERGY GAME

Murat Laumulin. GAZPROM AS A TRANSNATIONAL CORPORATION AND CENTRAL ASIA. Part One

Michael P. Barry. THE DEVELOPMENT AND USE OF PRODUCTION SHARING AGREEMENT LAW IN UZBEKISTAN OIL AND GAS

REGIONAL ECONOMIES

Sobir Kurbanov. LABOR MIGRATION FROM TAJIKISTAN AND ITS ECONOMIC IMPACT

REGIONAL POLITICS

Nikolai Borisov. REVOLUTIONARY AND POST-REVOLUTIONARY PROCESSES ACROSS THE POST-SOVIET EXPANSE: CAN THEY BE COMPARED? (UKRAINE AND KYRGYZSTAN)

Atajan Iazmuradov. THE U.S.S GREATER SOUTH ASIA PROJECT: INTERESTS OF THE CENTRAL ASIAN COUNTRIES AND OF THE KEY NON-REGIONAL ACTORS

Ertan Efegil. AUTHORITARIAN/CONSTITUTIONAL-PATRONAGE REGIMES IN CENTRAL ASIA

Viktor Budkin. CENTRAL ASIAS POWER DILEMMAS

Phunchok Stobdan. BUILDING A STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP WITH KAZAKHSTAN (A Blueprint for Indias Central Asia Policy)

ETHNIC RELATIONS

Parikrama Gupta. DE FACTO STATELESS: THE MESKHETIAN TURKS

Nugzar Gogorishvili. SOCIAL AND POLITICAL SITUATION IN SAMTSKHE-JAVAKHETIA AND AROUND IT

Rauf Garagozov. COLLECTIVE MEMORY IN ETHNOPOLITICAL CONFLICTS: THE CASE OF NAGORNO-KARABAKH

MASS MEDIA

Eric Freedman, Richard Shafer, Gary Rice. TRAINING CENTRAL ASIAN JOURNALISTS: SOVIET LEGACIES MEET LESSONS FROM U.S. MEDIA HISTORY

FOR YOUR INFORMATION

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

  • Religion in the Sociopolitical Context
  • Political Parties and Civil Society
  • Fifteen Years of Independence: the Central Asian and Caucasian Countries Sum Up the Political and Economic Results of This Period

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