Monday, April 14, 2008

PUBL.- Central Asia and the Caucasus, No. 2, 2008

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PUBL.- Central Asia and the Caucasus, No. 2, 2008

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Please find the contents of no. 2(50), 2008 of the "Central Asia and the
Caucasus" journal (in English and Russian) below. The issue will be
published in late April.

Central Asia and the Caucasus Journal
Journal of Social and Political Studies
No. 2 (50), 2008

In this issue:

Geography, Geopolitics, and the related terms

Eldar Ismailov. Central Eurasia: Its Geopolitical Function in the 21st Century

Vladimer Papava. Central Caucasia instead of Central Eurasia

Regional Security

Vladimir Plastun. Central Asia in Search of Stability

Kornely Kakachia. End of Russian Military Bases in Georgia: Social,
Political and Security Implications of Withdrawal

Timur Shaymergenov. Problems and Prospects of NATOs Central Asian
Strategy: The Role of Kazakhstan

Nugzar Ter-Oganov. Russian-Iranian Nuclear Cooperation: 1992-2006


Zarif Alizoda. Evolution of Parliamentarism in the Republic of Tajikistan

Beka Chedia. Georgia: Devalued Public Capital and the Third Sector at
the Crossroads

Religion in Society

Bakhtiar Babajanov. Secularism and the Inter-Confessional Rift
(Central Asia's experience)

Vakhit Akaev. Conflict between Traditional and Non-Traditional Islamic
Trends: Reasons, Dynamics, and Ways to overcome them (based on North
Caucasian documents)

Farrukh Umarov. Tajikistan: Special Features of Cooperation with
Leading International Islamic Organizations

Regional Politics

Dmitri Varnavskiy. Cooperation between Iran and the Central Asian
States: Past, Present, and Future

Khurshed Dodikhudoev, Vafo Niyatbekov. The Republic of Tajikistan and
the Islamic Republic of Iran: Cooperation Achievements and prospects

Nikolai Borisov. The Political Process in Uzbekistan Today: Trends and

Igor Proklov. Turkmenistan: Current Politics

For your Information

The Special Feature section in the next issues will discuss:

The Organization for Democracy and Economic Development - GUAM in Regional
and International Dimensions

Energy Policy and Energy Projects in Central Eurasia

Central Eurasia: Politics Today

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