Central Asia After the Empire

Central Asia After the Empire

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A succinct survey of the history and peoples of the new Central Asian republics.
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  • Paperback | 128 pages
  • 135 x 215 x 10.41mm | 220g
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 5 maps
  • 0745310885
  • 9780745310886

Table of contents

Foreword by Fred Halliday Maps Introduction 1. Ethnicity, Religion, and the Nation State in Central Asia * Ethnic and Cultural Continuity * From Poliethnicity to Nation-State * Russians in Asia * Islam in Central Asia: The Sleeper Awakens * Custodians of Tradition: The Mahalla and the Mosque 2. The Soviet Era * 'White Gold': The Cotton Dictatorship * Land and People: The Time-bomb (Uzbekistan Case) * Urban Crisis and Ruralisation * Industrial Crisis 3. After the Empire: Between the Etatcracy and the Ethnocracy - the Cities and Industries in Post-Imperial Uzbekistan * The Empire's Orphans * Ethno-privatisation * Foreign Capital: Tool of Modernisation or Conservation? 4. In Search of Political Stability: From State Socialism to National Authoritarianism * Post-Communism: Asian Dilemmas Case A: Uzbekistan * National Democrats: Triumph Turned Defeat * From Partocracy towards Conservative Authoritanism: The Karimov Path * Fundamentalism Case B: Kazakhstan * Towards an Ethnocratic State? 5. Regional Perspectives, Integration, and Foreign Policy Options Bibliography 'Country Profiles' - Facts and Figures Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Kirgizia, Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan Index
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A commendable attempt to provide an overview of the peoples, economy, politics and religion of the Central Asian republics ... Handy outline maps. -- British East-West Centre
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About Victor M. Sergeev

Yuriy Kulchik is at the Ministry of Nationalities and Regional Politics in the Russian Federation. Andrey Fadin is a journalist and has written widely on the modern history of Russia. Victor Sergeev is the Deputy Director of the Centre for Scientific and Industrial Policies at the Russian Academy of Sciences.
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