Tuesday, December 16, 2008

PUBL.- Central Asian Survey, Vol. 27, No. 3/4 - Kyrgyzstan's "Tulip Revolution"

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PUBL.- Central Asian Survey, Vol. 27, No. 3/4 - Kyrgyzstan's "Tulip Revolution"

Posted by: John Schoeberlein <centasia@fas.harvard.edu>

Central Asian Survey, Volume 27, Issue 3/4 is now available online at
Informaworld (http://www.informaworld.com).

Special Issue: Domestic and International Perspectives on Kyrgyzstan's
"Tulip Revolution": Motives, Mobilization and Meanings

Sally N. Cummings

Introduction: "Revolution" not revolution
Sally N. Cummings

March and after: what has changed? What has stayed the same?
Erica Marat

Situating the "Tulip Revolution"
Sally N. Cummings; Maxim Ryabkov

Kyrgyz democracy? The Tulip Revolution and beyond
Shairbek Juraev

The dynamics of regime change: domestic and international factors in
the "Tulip Revolution"
David Lewis

Organized crime before and after the Tulip Revolution: the changing
dynamics of upperworld-underworld networks
Alexander Kupatadze

The north­south cleavage and political support in Kyrgyzstan
Maxim Ryabkov

Informal actors and institutions in mobilization: the periphery in the
"Tulip Revolution"
Azamat Temirkulov

March 2005: parliamentary elections as a catalyst of protests
Emir Kulov

The power of precedent?
Bermet Tursunkulova

Diffusion as discourse of danger: Russian self-representations and the
framing of the Tulip Revolution
Stefanie Ortmann

Book reviews

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