Tuesday, January 6, 2009

PUBL.- Central Asia and the Caucasus, No. 6, 2008

Distrib. by: Central-Eurasia-L - Announcement List for Central Eurasian Studies

PUBL.- Central Asia and the Caucasus, No. 6, 2008

Posted by: Murad Esenov <murad.esenov@worldmail.se>

Please find the contents of no. 6(54), 2008 of the "Central Asia and the
Caucasus" journal (in English and Russian) below. The issue will be
published in the first decade of January.

Central Asia and the Caucasus
Journal of Social and Political Studies
No. 6 (54), 2008

In this issue:

Regional Politics

Galia Abdrakhmanova. Central Asia in Regional Integration Projects:
Certain Aspects Compared

Vladlen Makukh. Comparative Analysis of the Euro-Integration Dynamics
of the European Neighborhood Policy Member States

Regional Security

Yuri Morozov, Roger McDermott. Organization and Alliances in Central
Asia: Cooperation Prospects as Seen from Moscow and London

Vladimir Plastun. Central Asia: SCO and NATO in Regional and Global Politics

Askar Abdrakhmanov, Timur Shaymergenov. NATO in the Contemporary World
and Its Relations with Kazakhstan (According to an Expert Opinion Poll)

Alberto Priego. Pakistan between Central and South Asia RSC

Energy Projects and Energy Policy

Viktoria Kondaurova. Looking for a Way to Resolve the Legal Status of
the Caspian Sea: International Law Provides no Answer

Vladimir Paramonov, Aleksei Strokov. Russia's Projects and Investments
in Central Asia: The Oil and Gas Industry

Ludmilla Baum. The Energy Industry in the Kyrgyz Republic: Current
State, Problems, and Reforms

Jahangir Kakharov. Uzbek Gas for Export: Will Political Maneuvering
between China and Russia Result in Higher Export Price?


Farkhad Tolipov. Uzbekistan: Soviet Syndrome in the State, Society,
and Ideology

Lydia Karmazina. Institutionalization of the Party System in
Kazakhstan and Russia: A Comparative Analysis (Part I)

Petr Kokaisl. Democracy in Post-Soviet Kyrgyzstan and Turkmenistan

For Your Information

The Special Feature section in the next issues will discuss:

- The Five-Day War and Prospects for Peace in the Caucasus
- Security Issues in Central Eurasia
- Russia, the U.S., and the EU: Their Policy in Central Eurasia

If you are interested to go into more details about the content of the
articles you may find all necessary information on our Internet home-page:
www.ca-c.org or http://www.ca-c.org/journal-table-eng.shtml

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