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China, the united States, and the future of Central Asia

Author: David Denoon
Publisher: New York : New York University Press, [2015]
Series: US-China relations, volume 1.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: David Denoon
ISBN: 9781479844333 1479844330 9781479841226 1479841226
OCLC Number: 951138523
Description: ix, 445 Seiten. : Diagramme.
Contents: Introduction 1. Alternative Views of Central Asia's Future 3 David B. H. Denoon 2. Walls and Windmills: Economic Development in Central Asia 20 Nazgul Jenish 3. Factoring the Foreign Policy Goals of the Central Asian States 75 Marlene Laruelle The Outside Powers 4. Both Epicenter and Periphery: U.S. Interests in Central Asia 101 Andrew Kuchins and Shalini Sharan 5. Chinese and Russian Economic Interests in Central Asia: Comparative Analysis 130 Li Xin and Xin Daleng 6. The Strategic Interests of China and Russia in Central Asia 154 Xing Guangcheng 7. Life after Divorce: Russia, Central Asia, and Two Decades of Tumultuous Relations 173 Alisher Khamidov 8. Europe in Central Asia: Political Idealism and Economic Pragmatism 209 Sebastien Peyrouse 9. Japan and Korea in Central Asia: Economic Observations 237 Edward J. Lincoln
Series Title: US-China relations, volume 1.
Responsibility: edited by David B.H. Denoon.

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Until the collapse of the USSR, China's western border was seen as the Beijing's & back door. This collection documents its emergence as a new front door, and analyzes its implications for US-China Read more...

 
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