CENTRAL ASIA AND THE CAUCASUS

Journal of Social and Political Studies

Volume 13, Issue 3

2012

IN THIS ISSUE

ETHNIC RELATIONS AND MIGRATION PROBLEMS

Yana Amelina. INTERNATIONAL RECOGNITION OF ABKHAZIA AND SOUTH OSSETIA: A (DE)STABILIZING FACTOR IN THE CAUCASUS

Vakhit Akaev. NATIONAL POLICY OF THE RUSSIAN STATE: DELIBERATIONS ON PUTINS ARTICLE

Ludmila Maksakova. THE DEMOGRAPHIC SITUATION IN UZBEKISTAN IN LIGHT OF SOCIAL SECURITY

Igor Savin. MANAGING DIFFERENCES IN THE MULTIETHNIC COMMUNITIES OF SOUTH KAZAKHSTAN

Pavla Kokaislová, Petr Kokaisl. ETHNIC IDENTITY OF THE BALOCH PEOPLE

REGIONAL POLITICS

David Babayan. THE NORTHERN CASPIAN ON CHINAS GEOPOLITICAL AGENDA

Mahir Khalifa-zadeh. ISRAEL AND AZERBAIJAN: TO COUNTERACT IRAN

ENERGY POLICY

Abdurasul Kayumov. WATER SCARCITY AND INTERSTATE COOPERATION DYNAMICS IN NARYN/SYR DARYA RIVER BASIN

REGIONAL SECURITY

Aziz Makhmudov. REGIONAL SECURITY AND COOPERATION ISSUES IN U.S. POLICY TOWARD POST-SOVIET CENTRAL ASIA

Inomjon Bobokulov. CENTRAL ASIA AS A SECURITY COMPLEX: THEORY AND PRACTICE

REGIONAL STUDIES

Farkhad Tolipov. THE ELECTRONIC IRON CURTAIN AND VIRTUAL DEMOCRACY: LESSONS FOR UZBEKISTAN

REGIONAL ECONOMIES

Michael P. Barry. A FREE TRADE AGREEMENT AMONG FORMER SOVIET REPUBLICS: A COMPUTABLE GENERAL EQUILIBRIUM MODEL

FOR YOUR INFORMATION

The Special Feature section in the next issue will discuss:

  • Conflicts in Central Eurasia: Past and Present
  • Regional and World Centers of Power and Conflicts in Central Eurasia
  • Conflict Settlement in Central Eurasia: Mechanisms and Prospects

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