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Author Kavalski, Emilian.

Title Stable outside, fragile inside? : post-Soviet statehood in Central Asia / edited by Emilian Kavalski
Published Farnham : Ashgate, [2010]


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 MELB  320.91717 Kav/Sof  AVAILABLE
Description xii, 236 pages : illustrations, maps. ; 24 cm
Series Post-Soviet politics
Post-Soviet politics.
Contents The international politics of fusion and fissure in the awkward states of post-Soviet Central Asia -- Part 1 Analytical Perspectives on the Post-Soviet Statehood of Central Asia -- Applying the democratization literature to post-Soviet Central Asian statehood -- The problems of the "clan" politics model of Central Asian statehood: a call for alternative pathways for research -- The international political economy of Central Asian statehood -- Central Asian statehood in post-colonial perspective -- Part 2 Insights from the Processes of Localization in the Dynamics of Central Asian State-Making -- International democratic norms and domestic socialization in Kazakhstan: learning processes of the power elite -- International agency in Kyrgyzstan: rhetoric, revolution and renegotiation -- The limits of international agency: post-Soviet state building in Tajikistan -- Turkmenistan: flawed, fragile and isolated -- Stalled at the doorstep of a modern state: neopatrimonial regime in Uzbekistan
Notes Formerly CIP. Uk
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Political stability -- Asia, Central.
Post-communism -- Asia, Central.
Post-communism -- Former Soviet countries
Post-communism -- Former Soviet republics.
Asia, Central -- Politics and government -- 1991-
Former communist countries -- Foreign relations.
Former communist countries -- Politics and government.
Author Kavalski, Emilian.
LC no. 2009034365
ISBN 0754676005 (hbk.)
9780754676003 (hbk.)