the Central Asia and the Caucasus Issues

Volume 11, 2010

Issue 1

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From the Publishers7
Jannatkhan Eyvazov.
CHINA IN CENTRAL EURASIA: SECURITY INTERESTS AND GEOPOLITICAL ACTIVITY
8
Beka Chedia.
GEORGIA ON THE POLITICAL MAP OF EUROPE: NEW GEOPOLITICAL REALITIES
19
Nur Omarov, Dmitri Orlov.
THE MAIN RESULTS OF KYRGYZSTANS DOMESTIC POLITICAL DEVELOPMENT IN 2009
28
Timur Shaymergenov, Marat Biekenov.
KAZAKHSTAN AND NATO: EVALUATION OF COOPERATION PROSPECTS
35
Maxim Kirchanov.
TURKMEN NATIONALISM TODAY: POLITICAL AND INTELLECTUAL MYTHOLOGEMES
52
Sukhrobjon Ismoilov, Sanzhar Saidov.
ON THE RESULTS OF THE PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS IN UZBEKISTAN
63
Murat Laumulin, Augan Malik.
CENTRAL ASIA AS VIEWED BY CONTEMPORARY POLITICAL ANALYSTS
80
Amalia Saribekian.
THE FINANCIAL AND ECONOMIC CRISIS: DEVELOPMENT AND WAYS TO OVERCOME IT IN TRANSITION ECONOMIES
97
Vladimir Paramonov, Alexei Strokov, Oleg Stolpovskiy.
STAGES OF CHINAS ECONOMIC POLICY IN CENTRAL ASIA
107
Bulat Khusainov, Serik Akhanov.
KAZAKHSTAN: NATIONAL COMPONENT OF GLOBAL ECONOMIC CRISIS
117
Merab Julakidze.
A MACRO MODEL OF GEORGIAS SOCIOECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND ITS USE IN FORMING ECONOMIC POLICY
137
Eric Freedman.
AUTHORITARIAN REGIMES, MUSLIMS RELIGIOUS RIGHTS IN CENTRAL ASIA, AND LACK OF FOREIGN PRESS COVERAGE OF RIGHTS VIOLATIONS
146
Irina Tsepkova.
RELIGIOUS TOLERANCE AND POLITICAL STABILITY (A CASE STUDY OF KAZAKHSTAN AND RUSSIA)
158
Salome Dundua.
RELIGIOUS FACTORS IN GEORGIAN POLITICS (THE 2008 GENERAL ELECTIONS)
173

Issue 2

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Baktykan Torogeldieva.
ON THE POLITICAL BEHAVIOR OF THE KYRGYZ PEOPLE TODAY
7
Murat Laumulin.
APRIL 2010 IN KYRGYZSTAN: AS SEEN FROM KAZAKHSTAN
24
Stanislav Cherniavskiy.
THE KYRGYZ REVOLUTION OF 2010: THE CAUSES AND POSSIBLE POST-REVOLUTIONARY DEVELOPMENTS
39
Arbakhan Magomedov, Ruslan Nikerov.
REBEL CAUCASIAN REGIONS ON THE BRINK OF ENERGY WARS
47
Rustam Makhmudov.
THE AFGHAN CRISIS AND THE 2011 PROBLEM: WHAT NEXT?
59
Nuria Kutnaeva.
FOREIGN MILITARY BASES IN POST-SOVIET CENTRAL ASIA
70
Levon Hovsepyan.
MILITARY-POLITICAL ASPECTS OF COOPERATION BETWEEN TURKEY AND THE CENTRAL ASIAN COUNTRIES: OVERALL DYNAMICS OF DEVELOPMENT
81
Kenan Allahverdiev.
AZERBAIJAN: ETHNOPOLITICAL SECURITY IN THE FIRST HALF OF THE 21ST CENTURY
88
Joni Melikian.
MILITARY REFORMS AND STABILITY IN THE SOUTHERN CAUCASUS
96
Yuri Morozov.
THE POSSIBLE CONSEQUENCES OF PUBLICIZING MYTHS ABOUT THE CHINESE THREAT
103
Denga Khalidov.
THE NORTHERN CAUCASUS: AN ALTERNATIVE APPROACH. SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND THE PARADOXES OF STATISTICS
114
Gulbaat Rtskhiladze, Georgi Vekua.
THE POST-SOVIET EXPANSE: IDEOLOGICAL ASPECT OF GEOPOLITICAL EXPANSION
139
Maria Plaksenko.
UKRAINES PLACE AND ROLE IN THE BLACK SEA-CASPIAN REGION ORGANIZATIONS
146
Vahagn Muradyan.
KAZAKHSTAN: A PARTNER FOR DEMOCRACY?
153
Maxim Kirchanov.
EUROPE AND THE WEST IN GEORGIAS POLITICAL IMAGINATION AND NATIONALIST DISCOURSE
158
Munim Hasanov.
THE WORLD FINANCIAL AND ECONOMIC CRISIS AND ITS IMPACT ON TAJIKISTAN
168
Mavzuna Karimova.
THE PROBLEMS OF RESTRUCTURING INDUSTRY IN TAJIKISTAN
178

Issue 3

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Arbakhan Magomedov, Ruslan Nikerov.
CASPIAN ENERGY RESOURCES AND THE PIPELINE WAR IN EUROPE IN THE 21ST CENTURY: ENERGY GEOPOLITICS IN NORTHERN EURASIA
7
Vladimir Paramonov, Alexey Strokov.
CHINA IN CENTRAL ASIA: ENERGY INTERESTS AND ENERGY POLICY
18
Valentina Kasymova, Batyrkul Baetov.
KYRGYZ REPUBLIC: ENERGY POLICY AND PROJECTS
31
Georgi Petrov.
CONFLICT OF INTERESTS BETWEEN HYRDOPOWER ENGINEERING AND IRRIGATION IN CENTRAL ASIA: CAUSES AND SOLUTIONS
52
Alexey Fominykh.
PROJECTING SOFT POWER: AMERICAN AND RUSSIAN PUBLIC DIPLOMACY IN POST-SOVIET CENTRAL ASIA
66
Jannatkhan Eyvazov.
CENTRAL EURASIA THROUGH THE PRISM OF TURKEYS SECURITY INTERESTS
77
Raheleh Behzadi.
IRANS FOREIGN POLICY IN THE CASPIAN SEA BASIN. OSCILLATION BETWEEN NATIONAL INTERESTS AND ISLAMIC ADVENTURES
86
Haroutiun Khachatrian.
THE TURKISH-ARMENIAN NORMALIZATION BID IN 2008-2010: AN ARMENIAN VIEW
94
Akhman Saidmuradov, Ekaterina Puseva.
THE GREATER CENTRAL ASIA CONCEPT IN U.S. FOREIGN POLICY IN THE CENTRAL ASIAN REGION
102
Murat Laumulin.
CENTRAL ASIA AS VIEWED BY CONTEMPORARY POLITICAL ANALYSTS
109
Maxim Kirchanov.
THE MAIN DEVELOPMENT VECTORS OF GEORGIAN NATIONALISM IN THE CONTEXT OF POLITICAL INSTABILITY. BETWEEN THE TRADITIONS OF THE POLITICAL NATION AND THE CHALLENGES OF RADICALIZATION
126
Nikolai Borisov.
KURMANBEK BAKIEV AS ASKAR AKAEVS POLITICAL SUCCESSOR: FAILURE TO CONSOLIDATE THE POLITICAL REGIME IN KYRGYZSTAN
138
Andrei Galliev.
CRISIS FACTORS IN KYRGYZSTAN: THE REGIONAL, CLAN, AND POLITICAL STRUGGLE
149
Zhyldyz Urmanbetova.
KYRGYZSTAN: TODAY AND TOMORROW
155
Kanatbek Murzakhalilov, Mirajiddin Arynov.
TABLIGHI JAMAAT IN KYRGYZSTAN: ITS LOCAL SPECIFICS AND POSSIBLE IMPACT ON THE RELIGIOUS SITUATION
162

Issue 4

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Arbakhan Magomedov.
OIL AND RUSSIAS POLITICAL REGIME AT STAGES IN POST-COMMUNIST DEVELOPMENT: CONTINUITY OF RENT SEEKING WITHIN THE RAW-MATERIAL PARADIGM
7
Abdolreza Farajirad, Asaad Khezerzade.
RUSSIAS FOREIGN POLICY TOWARD THE CAUCASUS UNDER VLADIMIR PUTIN
20
Murat Laumulin.
U.S. CENTRAL ASIAN POLICY UNDER PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA
41
David Babayan.
SOME OF CHINAS GEOPOLITICAL VECTORS IN CENTRAL ASIA
54
Vladimir Paramonov, Alexey Strokov, Oleg Stolpovskiy.
CHINA IN CENTRAL ASIA
66
Vladimir Karyakin.
U.S. MIDDLE EASTERN POLICY: NEW APPROACHES AND OLD PROBLEMS
79
Maya Manchkhashvili.
TURKEY AND SECURITY IN THE SOUTHERN CAUCASUS: THE CAUCASUS STABILITY AND COOPERATION PLATFORM
87
Eric Freedman, Richard Shafer, Slavka Antonova.
TWO DECADES OF REPRESSION: THE PERSISTENCE OF AUTHORITARIAN CONTROLS ON THE MASS MEDIA IN CENTRAL ASIA
94
Navbahor Imamova, Richard Schaefer, Richard Shafer, Eric Freedman.
CONTROVERSY ON THE AIRWAVES: PUBLIC DIPLOMACY, PORTRAYING AMERICA, AND PUBLIC OUTREACH THROUGH THE VOICE OF AMERICA UZBEK SERVICE
110
Ashot Alexanyan.
POST-SOVIET SOCIAL PARTNERSHIP: THE POLITICAL AND CIVILIARCHIC DIMENSIONS OF SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
126

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