CENTRAL ASIA AND THE CAUCASUS
Journal of Social and Political Studies
Volume 15, Issue 3
IN THIS ISSUE
Wang Shuchun, Wan Qingsong. THE SILK ROAD ECONOMIC BELT AND THE EEU—RIVALS OR PARTNERS?
Farrukh Usmonov. THE SHANGHAI COOPERATION ORGANIZATION: RUSSIA’S VIEW ON IRAN’S CANDIDACY
Ashot Alexanian. CURRENT CHALLENGES FOR THE INTEGRATION PROCESSES IN THE SOUTHERN CAUCASUS: EUROPEAN AND EURASIAN DIMENSIONS
Murat Laumulin. EURASIAN INTEGRATION: VIEWS AND OPINIONS
Bruno de Cordier. THE ACTIVITIES OF THE ISLAMIC DEVELOPMENT BANK IN SOUTHERN EURASIA: IDENTITY-FRAMED COOPERATION OR CHANNEL FOR ARAB GULF INVESTMENT?
Talant Sultanov, Bermet Imanalieva, Isabek Asanbaev. KYRGYZSTAN IN THE INTERNATIONAL RATINGS (Dynamics for 2005-2013)
GEOPOLITICS AND SECURITY
Mahir Khalifazadeh. THE OBAMA ADMINISTRATION’S RUSSIA “RESET” POLICY AND THE SOUTHERN CAUCASUS
Farkhod Tolipov. CENTRAL ASIA AND AFGHANISTAN: THE SECURITY COMPLEX DILEMMA
Valeria Gianjumian. TURKISH POLICY IN THE SOUTHERN CAUCASUS
Guli Yuldasheva. IRAN IN RUSSIA’S CENTRAL ASIAN POLICY
Sergei Zhiltsov. PIPELINES IN CENTRAL ASIA AND THE CASPIAN REGION: COMPETITION TAKES A NEW TURN
Beka Chedia. THE PARADIGM OF POST-SOVIET POLITICAL LEADERSHIP IN GEORGIA
Asel Murzakulova. ACQUIRING LEGITIMACY: THE IMPACT OF CIS INTERPARLIAMENTARY INSTITUTIONS ON POST-SOVIET PARLIAMENTARIANISM
FOR YOUR INFORMATION
The Special Feature section in the next three issues will discuss:
Central Eurasia: Politics Today
Central Eurasia: Religion in the Sociopolitical Context
Central Eurasia: Integration Processes
Contributors please use the following guidelines:
begin articles with a brief abstract of 300-500 words and keywords;
articles should be no less than 3,000 and no more than 6,000 words, including footnotes;
footnotes should be placed at the bottom of each page; if there are references to Internet resources, please give the author’s name, the name of the document, the website address, and the date it was made available, for example, available 2007-04-19;
quotations, names of authors and other information from English-language sources should be duplicated in brackets in the original language, that is, in English;
the article should be divided into sections, including an introduction and conclusion;
the author should include the following personal information: first name, last name, academic degree, place of work, position, city, country.
All articles accepted are published in Russian and English, in the Russian-language and English-language versions of the journal, respectively.
The editorial board takes responsibility for translation of the articles.