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Chapter One: THE DEBATE OVER ETHNIC VERSUS POLITICAL NATIONHOD ......... 33
The Debate Between the Organicist and Modernist Paradigms of'Nations' ............... 33
'Nations and Nationalisms' in the Two Paradigms .................................... ............... 35
Rethinking the Alleged Dichotomy Between 'Ethnic Nations' and 'Political N' tions' ...... 37
Chapter Two: FRAMEWORKS AND PARADIGMS IN THE BROADER DEBATE OER
NATIONHOOD   ..................................................................... 40
Toward Sociological and Geo-Political Paradigms of'Nations and Nationali m'........... 40
Toward Philosophical and Ethical Paradigms of'Nations and Nationalism' ............. 46
Five Paradigms of the Relationship and Balance Between Ethnonational,
International-Global and Individual Human Identity  ....................... ............... 49
Chapter Three: WESTERNMODERNIST SCHOLARSHIP CONFRONTS
'THE UNIFIED ETHNONATIONAL COMPLEX ................................... ............. 54
Foundations of the Western Modernist View  of Nations ........................... ............... 54
'The Unified  Ethnonational Com plex' ........................ ........................... ......... 60
The Crucial Question: Can Ethnic (Cultural) Nations Become Political Na ions? ....... 67
Chapter Four: THE WESTERNALLIANCE AGAINST ETHNIC-BASED
NATIONHOOD IN CENTRAL ASIA ................................................ ............. 71
The "Academic Wars" of Eickelman, Shnirelman, Poliakov, Porkhomovsky nd
Prazauskas  ........................................... ...... ....................... 72
Khalid and 'New, Imagined' Nations in 'The Politics of Muslim Cultural eform' ..... 75
Brower, Slezkine and Paksoy: Central Asian Nationhood as Russian
Ethnographic Debris ......................... .. ................................ 82
Allworth, Hambly and Sinor: The 'Ingenious Soviet Strategy' for
'Creating New  Nations' via 'Ethno-engineering'...................... ......... ........ 85
'Pan-Turkism' and the Underlying Debate Revisited  ............................................... 86
Olivier Roy, Lonely Planet and Dru Gladney: Central Asian Nationhood a. a
Soviet Political Fabrication  ............................... .....  .... ... .... ................ 94
Western Modernism and the'Frankenstein' of the Post-Colonial,
Post-Modern World ..................... ............................. 97
Chapter Five: AKINER AND OLCOTT: 'THE KAZAK           AND
THEIR 'UNFULFILLED PROMISE' IN KAZAKHSTAN ....................................... 98
Akiner and the 'Vulnerability of the Kazakhs to Sov et Erhno-engineering'.............. 100
Olcott on the Origins and End of the Old Ethnic-b sed Kazakh State ............... 101
Olcott on the Russian Creation ofa Kazakh Nation list Elite and
Late  19th  Century Conversion  to  Islam  ..........  ..........................................  105
The New, Modern Nation-State of Kazakhstan: Un ulfilled Promise?...................... 123
Toward Greater Appreciation for'Ethnic-based Loyalt in
'the Land of the Kazalds' ................................................................... ............   154
Chapter Six: TOWARDS UNDERSTANDING THE DYN A          CS OF INTERNATIONALISM,
PAN-NA TIONALISMAND ETHNO       TIONAT LISM IN KA 7KHSTANAND
CENTRAL ASIA......................................................................................... 157
Appreciating the Complexity of National Rebuildin; in the Post-Soviet Era ............ 157
The Delicate Balance of(Ethno)National and Intern tional in
Comparative Perspective  .............................................1 60
Varieties and Interrelational Dynamics of Ethnoreligi us and
Ethnolinguistic Nationalism in the'Pan-Turkic World' ................................... 164
Chapter Seven: ISSUES OF COMPARATIVE HISTORY:          E USA,
SOUTHAFRICA AND KAZAKHSTAN ............................................................. 168
Borders, Treaties and Other Matters of Debate in Mo ern Kazakh Nationhood ....... 168
Important Distinctions of Ethnonational Issues in U. ., South African and
C entral Asian  H istory.......................................  ........ ...............................  180
Towards Applying Ethical Standards in Comparative  istorical Perspective ............. 187
Chapter Eight: THE "SINGLE ETHNIC UNITY" OF TH         KAZAcKH PEOPLE AND
THEIR NATION IN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE........................................... 189
Turkic Nationalism in the Streams of Pre-Kazakh Hist ry........................................ 190
The Strength of Kazakh Ethnonational Identity Over 500 Years ............................. 192
'O , M y  N ation  ...................... .. .......... .......   .......... .........................  19 5
Kenesari and 'the National Liberation Struggles of the ,azakh People Against
Russian Colonialism' ..................................    ...................... 196
'Awake, Kazakh': The Kazakh Jadidist National Mover ent ...................................  199
The December 1986 Demonstratons: 'For Every Peo leTheir Own Prince'........... 204
Ethnic-based Loyalty in Modern Independent Kazakh tan (and Central Asia)......... 207
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Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Kazakhstan Ethnic relations Political aspects, Asia, Central Ethnic relations Political aspects, Kazakhs Ethnic identity, Kazakhstan Politics and government, Asia, Central Politics and government, Nationalism Kazakhstan, Nationalism Asia, Central