CENTRAL ASIA AND THE CAUCASUS

Journal of Social and Political Studies

Volume 16, Issue 3-4

2015

IN THIS ISSUE

NATION-BUILDING

Nikolay Borisov. POTENTIALS AND LIMITS OF POLITICAL COMPETITION: INSTITUTIONAL TRANSFORMATIONS IN GEORGIA AND ARMENIA IN THE 2000S

Ali Salgiriev. POLITICAL ELITES IN THE CONTEXT OF THE ETHNOPOLITICAL PROCESSES IN THE NORTHERN CAUCASUS

Kenan Allahverdiev. THE NATIONAL IDEA AND NATIONAL IDEOLOGY IN THE SUSTAINABILITY OF ETHNOCULTURAL IDENTITY

Beka Chedia. THE GEORGIAN POLITICAL ELITE: MAIN TRENDS OF ITS CIRCULATION

Asyl Bolponova. POLITICAL CLANS OF KYRGYZSTAN: PAST AND PRESENT

ENERGY POLICY AND ENERGY PROJECTS

Sergey Zhiltsov. THE GREAT OIL AND GAS ROAD: FIRST RESULTS AND PROSPECTS

Valeria Gandzhumian. THE GAS PIPELINE WAR: ON SEVERAL GEOPOLITICAL CONSEQUENCES OF THE TANAP AND TURKISH STREAM PROJECTS

REGIONAL INTEGRATION

Chinara Esengul, Sheradil Baktygulov, Asel Doolotkeldieva, Bermet Imanalieva. PROSPECTS FOR REGIONAL COOPERATION IN CENTRAL ASIA AS SEEN TODAY

Rashid Abdullo. TAJIKISTAN-CHINA: TWENTY-FIVE YEARS OF DIRECT RELATIONS

GEOPOLITICS AND REGIONAL SECURITY

Parviz Mullojanov. THE RUSSIAN IDEA VS. THE AMERICAN DREAM: SOFT ARM WRESTLING IN THE CIS

Rouben Shougarian. THE DIPLOMACY OF QUALIFYING INDUSTRIAL ZONES. An Alternative Scenario of American Brokerage between Armenia and Turkey

Fareed Shafee. THE EVER-CHANGING DYNAMIC OF CONFLICTS IN GEORGIA: THE INTERPLAY BETWEEN INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL FACTORS

REGIONAL ECONOMIES

Ilkin Aslanov. GOVERNMENT BUDGET REVENUES IN AZERBAIJAN: THE TAX BURDEN AND THE ROLE OF THE OIL FACTOR

Vakhtang Burduli. GEORGIA: PROBLEMS OF INCREASING NATIONAL ECONOMIC SELF-SUFFICIENCY (Sectoral-Structure Aspect)

Vladimir Paramonov, Alexei Strokov. CHINA IN THE OIL AND GAS BRANCH OF TURKMENISTAN

RELIGION IN SOCIETY

Nurgul Esenamanova. KYRGYZSTANS ISLAMIC REFERENCE POINTS: THE ROLE OF FOREIGN RELIGIOUS TRENDS

Contents of the Central Asia and the Caucasus Issues Volume 16, 2015

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 authors 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.


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