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Stable outside, fragile inside? : post-Soviet statehood in central Asia

Author: Emilian Kavalski
Publisher: Farnham, Surrey ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate Pub., ©2010.
Series: Post-Soviet politics.
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"In the wake of Soviet disintegration, Central Asia became an idiom for the ensuing confusion in the post-Cold War climate of international affairs, characterized by inter-state order and intra-state anarchy. Dynamic changes associated with the end of communism, the 'revival' of ethnic, religious and clan mobilization and the gradual involvement of various international actors, have inspired extensive scholarly and  Read more...
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Stable outside, fragile inside?.
Farnham, Surrey ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate Pub., ©2010
(DLC) 2009034365
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Emilian Kavalski
ISBN: 9780754699873 0754699870
OCLC Number: 643593151
Description: 1 online resource (xii, 236 pages) : maps.
Contents: 1. The international politics of fusion and fissure in the awkward states of post-Soviet Central Asia / Emilian Kavalski ----
Part 1. Analytical Perspectives on the Post-Soviet Statehood of Central Asia. 2. Applying the democratization literature to post-Soviet Central Asian statehood / Paul Kubicek ---
3. The problems of the 'clan' politics model of Central Asian statehood: a call for alternative pathways for research / David Gullette ---
4. The international political economy of Central Asian statehood / Martin C. Spechler and Dina R. Spechler ---
5. Central Asian statehood in post-colonial perspective / John Heathershaw ----
Part 2. Insights from the Processes of Localization in the Dynamics of Central Asian State-Making. 6. International democratic norms and domestic socialization in Kazakhstan: learning processes of the power elite / Kirill Nourzhanov ---
7. International agency in Kyrgyzstan: rhetoric, revolution and renegotiation / Claire Wilkinson ---
8. The limits of international agency: post-Soviet state building in Tajikstan / Lawrence P. Markowitz ---
9. Turkmenistan: flawed, fragile and isolated / Steven Sabol ---
10. Stalled at the doorstep of a modern state: neopatrimonial regime in Uzbekistan / Alisher Ilkhamov.
Series Title: Post-Soviet politics.
Responsibility: edited by Emilian Kavalski.
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Analyzes the quality of statehood in the Central Asia region by assessing the complex dynamics of Central Asian state-making and focusing on the simultaneous patterns of socialization and  Read more...

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