CENTRAL ASIA AND THE CAUCASUS

Journal of Social and Political Studies

Volume 13, Issue 4

2012

IN THIS ISSUE

ETHNIC RELATIONS AND REGIONAL CONFLICTS

Emil Souleimanov, Lia Evoyan. TWO POSITIONS ON THE NAGORNO-KARABAKH WAR: RUSSIAN AND TURKISH (1990-1994)

REGIONAL POLITICS

Kushtarbek Shamshidov. CHINAS APPROACH TO MULTILATERALISM WITH AN EMPHASIS ON ITS INFLUENCE IN CENTRAL ASIA

David Babayan. THE PEOPLES REPUBLIC OF CHINA IN THE AZOV-NORTH BLACK SEA SUBREGION: PRESENT STATE AND FUTURE PLANS

Pavel Varbanets. TURKEYS FOREIGN POLICY IN CENTRAL ASIA AND THE CAUCASUS: ECHOES OF THE ARAB SPRING

NATION-BUILDING

Beka Chedia. GEORGIAS HISTORICAL ELECTION: A CHANGE IN POWER AND THE EMERGENCE OF A NEW POLITICAL TRADITION

Alexander Skakov. THE POLITICAL SCENE IN SOUTH OSSETIA: THE 2011-2012 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS AND WHAT BECAME OF THEM

Rustem Zhanguzhin. ON THE MULTICULTURALISM PROJECT AND THE SOCIOPOLITICAL STATUS OF ISLAM IN UKRAINE. Preliminary Theses for a Case Study of Ethnocultural, Confessional, and Personal Self-Identity in a Multicultural Environment

REGIONAL SECURITY

Magomed-Emi Shamsuev. RUSSIAS INFORMATION SECURITY IN THE NORTHERN CAUCASUS: PROBLEMS AND HOW TO SETTLE THEM

REGIONAL STUDIES

Murat Laumulin. CENTRAL ASIA AS SEEN FROM RUSSIA

REGIONAL ECONOMIES

Vladimer Papava.ECONOMIC GROWTH IN THE CENTRAL CAUCASO-ASIAN COUNTRIESADJUSTED FOR THE CATCH-UP EFFECT

FOR YOUR INFORMATION

The Special Feature section in the next issue will discuss:

  • Central Eurasia: Politics Today
  • Energy Policy and Energy Projects in Central Eurasia
  • Regional Centers of Power and Their Policy in Central Eurasia

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