CENTRAL ASIA AND THE CAUCASUS
Journal of Social and Political Studies
Volume 15, Issue 4
IN THIS ISSUE
Inomzhon Bobokulov. FERGHANA AS FATA?
Maxim Suchkov. THE GREATER CAUCASUS IN RUSSIAN-AMERICAN RELATIONS: MAIN TRENDS AND DEVELOPMENT PROSPECTS
Masat Sarsekeev. RUSSIA IN CENTRAL ASIA: GEOPOLITICAL MODELS OF STRATEGY AND FOREIGN POLICY
Gouli Yuldasheva. CENTRAL ASIA IN PRESENT-DAY TURKISH-IRANIAN RELATIONS
Mikhail Agadzhanian. TURKEY’S FOREIGN POLICY TAKES A NEW TURN AFTER THE 2014 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION
Roza Duysheeva. POLITICAL SYSTEM OF KYRGYZSTAN: PREREQUISITES AND FACTORS OF TRANSFORMATION
ENERGY POLICY AND ENERGY PROJECTS
Sergey Zhiltsov. ENERGY FLOWS IN CENTRAL ASIA AND THE CASPIAN REGION: NEW OPPORTUNITIES AND NEW CHALLENGES
Ashot Yeghiazarian. ARMENIA AS A LANDLOCKED STATE: TRANSIT OPPORTUNITIES
Bakhrom Sharipov. REMITTANCES AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN THE REPUBLIC OF TAJIKISTAN: IMPACT ON MACROECONOMIC STABILITY
Bruno de Cordier. KAZAKHSTAN AND AZERBAIJAN AS DONORS OF HUMANITARIAN AID. HAS THE DIVERSIFICATION OF AID CHANNELS AND DONORS REACHED SOUTHERN EURASIA?
RELIGION, CULTURE, AND SOCIETY
Edward Wastnidge. PRAGMATIC POLITICS: IRAN, CENTRAL ASIA AND CULTURAL FOREIGN POLICY
Andrey Martynkin, Sergey Khomenko. ISLAM IN THE AFGHAN CONFLICT: LAST QUARTER OF THE TWENTIETH-EARLY TWENTY-FIRST CENTURIES
Contents of the Central Asia and the Caucasus Issues Volume 15, 2014
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;
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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.