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The transformation of Central Asia : states and societies from Soviet rule to independence

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Published by Cornell University Press in Ithaca .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Asia, Central
    • Subjects:
    • Asia, Central -- Social conditions -- 1991-,
    • Asia, Central -- Politics and government -- 1991-,
    • Asia, Central -- Economic conditions

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      Statementedited by Pauline Jones Luong.
      ContributionsJones Luong, Pauline.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHN670.22.A8 T73 2004
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxii, 332 p. :
      Number of Pages332
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3675549M
      ISBN 10080144151X, 0801488427
      LC Control Number2003011825

      Soviet Central Asia: The Failed Transformation - CRC Press Book. This book would never have materialized without the cooperation of all of the contributors, each of whom, certainly, also has a list of people to thank for help. Soviet Central Asia: The Failed Transformation 1st Edition. William Fierman. Hardback $ eBook $ Book The transformation of Central Asia: states and societies from Soviet rule to independence - Pauline Jones, Book Globalizing Central Asia: geopolitics and the challenges of economic development - Marle ̀ ne Laruelle, Se ́ bastien Peyrouse, © Book The temptations of tyranny in Central Asia - David Lewis, © Book.

      Luong and her colleagues challenge basic assumptions said to have guided earlier studies of Central Asia: that the Soviet system only superficially penetrated traditional cultural norms and organizations, that Islam was a force waiting to be unleashed, and that the Central Asian republics were more colonies than an integral part of the Soviet Union. Pauline Jones is professor of political science and director of the International Institute at the University of Michigan. She is the author of Oil is Not a Curse: Ownership Structure and Institutions in Petroleum-Rich Soviet Successor States, The Transformation of Central Asia: States and Societies from Soviet Rule to Independence, and Institutional Change and Political Continuity in Post.

      In the s and s, under Soviet rule, the territorial division of Central Asia changed several times with the Soviet Union republic status of the five now independent states and their current borderlines emerging only in Until the s, the Central Asian economy retained its traditional agrarian/pas-File Size: 1MB. Kamp, M. (). Between women and the state: Mahalla committees and social welfare in Uzbekistan. In P. J. Luong (Ed.), The transformation of Central Asia: States and societies from soviet rule to independence. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press. Google Scholar.


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What this book is good for, is learning about the contradictions and problems faced by the societies of the Central Asian Republics/5(3). The Soviets transformed central Asia, they built states out of gatherings of tribes, they deported millions of Germans, Poles, Russians and Koreans to these lands, millions of Russians immigrated and most all the Soviet union gave written languages where only dialect had been, they also gave women equal rights and a say in the state/5(3).

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Book Description: of increasing subnational autonomy over economic policy making and implementation in Kazakhstan and several other Soviet successor states — particularly Russia and Ukraine — that both. The Transformation of Central Asia: States and Societies from Soviet Rule to Independence Cornell paperbacks: Editor: Pauline Jones Luong: Contributors: Pauline Jones (Professor of political science), Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies: Edition: illustrated: Publisher: Cornell University Press, ISBN:5/5(1).

With the fall of the Soviet Union informer Communist Party leaders in Central Asia were faced with the daunting task of building states where they previously had not existed: Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan.

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Kandiyoti, How far do analyses of Postsocialism travel?Author: Armine Ishkanian. In fact, none of the post-Communist Central Asian states has produced democracy; instead, they have turned to authoritarian forms of rule.1 Commentators and political analysts have highlighted a number of areas that have created obstacles to transition to democracy in Central Asia, namely clan politics, Soviet regionalism and : Dagikhudo Dagiev.

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Pauline Jones Luong. "At a time when we are starved for information about these newly independent countries, The Transformation of Central Asia makes a welcome contribution with rich, thoughtful essays on diverse aspects of political and social life.

The authors, all experts with extensive research experience in the region, share their insights into the many ways that Central Asian states, societies, and state 5/5(1). The Transformation of Central Asia book.

Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. With the fall of the Soviet Union informer Commu /5(5). McMann K. () The civic realm in Kyrgyzstan: Soviet economic legacies and activists’ expectations. In The transformation of Central Asia: States and societies from Soviet rule to independence.

Jones Luong (ed.). Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press. – Google ScholarAuthor: Eduardo Araral, Riccardo Pelizzo, Aziz Burkhanov, Yu-wen Chen, Saltanat Janenova, Neil Collins. In Civil Society and Politics in Central Asia, a prominent group of scholars assesses both the area's manifold problems and its emerging potential, examining the often uneasy relationship between its states and the societies they govern.

A meticulously in-depth study, the volume demonstrates the fascinating cultural complexity and diversity of. Erica Marat is a one of the United States’ most brilliant Central Asian political scientists.

She has offered numerous analyses of political transformations as presented by different think tanks and American foundations. In this book, Marat focuses on the role of the army in building state processes in contemporary Central Asian states. The book offers a wide panorama of Central Asian armies Author: Boris Petric.

The Transformation of Central Asia: States and Societies from Soviet Rule to Independence, edited by Pauline Jones Luong, Ithaca: Cornell University Press, Bhavna Dave.

“A Shrinking Reach of the State. Language Policy and Implementation in Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan.” In The Transformation of Central Asia: States and Societies.

Although each state in Central Asia has increasingly developed its own way, the book shows that the states have in varying degrees retained the influence of the Soviet past, or else are busily Author: Sevket Hylton Akyildiz.The transformation of Central Asia: states and societies from Soviet rule to independence.

[Pauline Jones, (Professor of political science);] -- With the fall of the Soviet Union informer Communist Party leaders in Central Asia were faced with the daunting task of building states where they previously had not existed.similar edited volumes on Central Asia, this book succeeds in being much larger than the sum of its parts.

Citation: Abdulkader Sinno."ReviewofPauline Jones Luong, ed,The Transformation of Central Asia: States and Societies from Soviet Rule to Independence,H-Gender-MidEast, H-Net Reviews, November,