Table of contents for Central Asia : political and economic challenges in the post-Soviet era / edited by Alexei Vassiliev.


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PART ONE: KAZAKHSTAN
The Course Towards Political Stability
N.L Petrov &M.S. Gafarly
The Economy of Kazakhstan
L.N. Kalinichenko & N.N. Semenova
PART TWO: UZBEKISTAN
Political Stability in the Conditions of the Command-
Administrative Regime
N.L Petrov
The Preservation of The State's Dominant Positions in the Economy
M.S. Gafarly & V.F. Rass
PART THREE: TURKMENISTAN
A Post-Communist Authoritarian Regime
K.P. Dudarev
The Development of the Economy in the 1990s
L.N. Kalinichenko & N.N. Semenova
PART FOUR: TAJIKISTAN
The Causes and Lessons of the Civil War
A.I Kuzmin
The Economic Crisis
M.S. Gafarly, V.D. Chernikov & N.N. Semenova
PART FIVE: KYRGHYZSTAN
Democratic Declarations and Political Realities
VF. Kovalskii
The Transition to a Modern Market Economy
N.A. Volgina, M.S. Gafarly & N.N. Semenova
Conclusion
A.M. Vassiliev
Main Sources of Statistical Information
Index