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Based on first-hand research conducted by the Moscow Centre for Civilizational and Regional Studies, this book documents the findings of one of the first authoritative studies on the newly independent states of Central Asia--Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Kirgizia, and Tadjikistan. Attention is also drawn to the causes and outcomes of the civil war in Tadjikistan as well as the growing international competition for access to the natural resources of the Central Asian countries.
|Russia and Central Asia||p. 7|
|The Course Towards Political Stability||p. 31|
|The Economy of Kazakhstan||p. 55|
|Political Stability in the Conditions of the Command-Administrative Regime||p. 79|
|The Preservation of The State's Dominant Positions in the Economy||p. 100|
|A Post-Communist Authoritarian Regime||p. 131|
|The Development of the Economy in the 1990s||p. 156|
|The Causes and Lessons of the Civil War||p. 175|
|The Economic Crisis||p. 220|
|Democratic Declarations and Political Realities||p. 235|
|The Transition to a Modern Market Economy||p. 252|
|Main Sources of Statistical Information||p. 274|
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Published: 1st June 2000
Dimensions (cm): 24.5 x 17.5 x 2.6
Weight (kg): 0.8