CENTRAL ASIA AND THE CAUCASUS

Journal of Social and Political Studies

Volume 18, Issue 2

2017

IN THIS ISSUE

REGIONAL POLICY

 Sergey Zhiltsov, Vladimir Stoll, Varvara Blishchenko. THE GEOPOLITICAL SITUATION IN THE SOUTHERN CAUCASUS: RUSSIAN INTERESTS AND THE POLICY OF THE WESTERN COUNTRIES

Yulia Ebzeeva. THE PLACE OF THE POST-SOVIET SPACE IN THE FOREIGN POLICY PLANNING OF RUSSIA

ENERGY AND RESOURCE POLICY

Tatyana Krejdenko, Tatyana Adashova, Maria Melanina, Anna Korenevskaia. POTENTIAL CHANGE IN RUSSIAS POSITION IN THE GLOBAL GAS MARKET AS THE OPTIMIZATION OF THE LOCAL ENERGY SECURITY MODEL

Faiz Khizbullin, Gulnur Akhmedina, Anna Rostova, Svetlana Shilina. HYDROCARBON RESOURCES AS AN OBJECT OF GEOPOLITICAL CONFRONTATION BETWEEN RUSSIA AND THE WEST

MIGRATION AND ETHNIC RELATIONS

Irina Babich. ENDEMIC CHARACTERISTICS OF ETHNOCULTURAL INTEGRATION OF THE NORTH CAUCASIANS IN MODERN FRANCE

Irina Karabulatova, Sergey Ryazantsev, Roman Manshin, Zafar Vazirov. CHINESE MIGRATION TO THE CUSTOMS UNION COUNTRIES AND REGIONAL SECURITY

POLITICS TODAY

Nikolay Borisov. INSTITUTIONALIZATION OF PERSONALISM: INSTITUTE OF THE NATIONS LEADER IN THE POST-SOVIET SPACE

Kadyrzhan Smagulov, Sholpan Zhandosova, Nazgul Baigabatova, Alfiya Kalkhanova. PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS BY PARTY LISTS IN KAZAKHSTAN IN 1999-2016: AN ANALYSIS

Victoria Kotlyarova, Andrei Rudenko, Petr Ponomarev. TRADITIONAL VALUES AS A NATIONAL SECURITY FACTOR IN THE AGE OF GLOBALIZATION

Oralbay Kabul, Asel Berkimbaeva, Bigaysha Akhmetova, Bibigul Berkenova. POLITICAL ORIENTATIONS OF THE YOUTH IN TAJIKISTAN, UZBEKISTAN AND KAZAKHSTAN

RELIGION IN SOCIETY

Natalia Dubinina. RELIGION: POLITICAL FACTOR IN THE MUSLIM REGIONS OF RUSSIA

Yulia Ebzeeva, Natalia Dubinina. DISCURSIVE PRACTICES OF CONTEMPORARY RADICAL ISLAM IN THE COUNTRIES OF THE EUROPEAN UNION AND EURASIAN CUSTOMS UNION

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. Articles must be submitted to the editorial staff in Russian and English. Any questions relating to translation may be discussed with the staff on an individual basis.


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