Table of contents for Central Asia at the end of the transition / edited by Boris Rumer.

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Contents
List of Tables
Preface
Acknowledgments
Part I: Overview
1. Central Asia: The End of the Transition
	Boris Rumer
Part II: The External Context
2. Russia and Central Asia: Problems of Security
	Irina Zviagel'skaia
3. On the Path to Empire?
	Konstantin Syroezhkin
4. China's Central Asia Policy: Making Sense of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization
	Richard W.X. Hu
5. Islamic Radicalism in Central Asia: The Influence of Pakistan and Afghanistan
	Viacheslav Belokrenitskii
Part III: The Internal Social and Political Context
6. The Regime in Kazakhstan
	Dmitrii Furman
7. Uzbekistan Between Traditionalism and Westernization
	Evgeniy Abdullaev
Part IV: The Prospects for Economic Development
8. Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan: Landlocked Agrarian Economies with an Unlimited Supply of Labor
	Stanislav Zhukov
9. Institutional Barriers to the Economic Development of Uzbekistan
	Eshref Trushin and Eskender Trushin
10. Kazakhstan: The Development of Small Raw-Material Exporters Under the Constraints of Globalization
	Stanislav Zhukov
11. Economic Ties Between Russia and Kazakhstan: Dynamics, Tendencies, and Prospects
	Stanislav Zhukov and Oksana Reznikova
Index
About the Editor and Contributors

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Asia, Central -- Politics and government -- 1991-.
Geopolitics -- Asia, Central.
Asia, Central -- Foreign relations -- 1991-.
Asia, Central -- Economic policy -- 1991-.
Asia, Central -- Social policy.