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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Stable outside, fragile inside?.
Farnham, Surrey ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate Pub., ©2010
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
|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.|
'This book successfully demonstrates that the experience of state-building should not be conceived teleologically as a civilizing process. Contextualizing the evolutionary experience of