5 edition of The Rival Powers in Central Asia found in the catalog.
August 11, 2003
by Adamant Media Corporation
Written in English
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The Foundations of Geopolitics: The Geopolitical Future of Russia is a geopolitical book by Aleksandr book has had a large influence within the Russian military, police, and foreign policy elites and it has been used as a textbook in the Academy of the General Staff of the Russian military. Its publication in was well-received in Russia and powerful Russian political figures. THE GREAT GAME - Rival Empires in Central Asia 3 The text at the top of a space is its name. The text at the bottom of a box identifies the state to which it.
The peoples of Greater Central Asia - not only Inner Asian states of Soviet Union but also those who share similar heritages in adjacent countries like Afghanistan and Pakistan, Iran, and the Chinese province of Xinjiang - have been drawn into more direct and immediate contact since the Soviet collapse.3/5(1). Central Asia has become the battleground for the major struggles of the 21st century: radical Islam versus secularism, authoritarianism versus identity politics, Eastern versus Western control of resources, and the American 'War on Terror'/5(5).
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The Rival Powers in Central Asia is an English translation of a work originally published in Vienna in under the title Antagonismus der Englischen und Russischen Interessen in Asien: Eine Militär-Politische Studie (The antagonism between English and Russian interests in Asia: A military-political study).
The study analyzes what the author sees as the threat to British India posed by an. Peter the Great turned his gaze south, through the Caucasus and Caspian towards Persia, yet was thwarted by Nader Shah in In the British began major territorial gains in India. The aspirations and apprehensions of these rival European empires became the 'Great Game', played out in Central Asia during the 's: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Popowski, Józef, ?-Rival powers in Central Asia.
Westminster, A. Constable and Company, (OCoLC) 17 Emilian Kavalski, India and Central Asia: The Mythmaking and Relations of a Rising Power (London, I. Tauris, ), p Join ResearchGate to find the people and research you need to help.
Rival powers in Central Asia. Nendeln, Liechtenstein: Kraus Reprint, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Józef Popowski; Arthur Baring Brabant; Charles Edward Drummond Black.
The normative power of the European Union has historically been a key element of its foreign policy. This study considers the EU's Central Asia policy, questioning whether the EU's normative power can work in this remote region.
Critics of U.S. engagement in Central Asia might prefer to let China and Russia compete alone at no cost to the United States. But to the extent that was ever possible with Russian power in. Many of the theory contributions are reconsidering how the largely "Western" bases of such theorising need revising in light of the "emerging middle powers", many of which are in Asia.
Presenting a strong argument for studying middle powers, this book explores both the theory and empirical applications of the concept by rethinking the. Cooley looks at how the three major global powers (the US, Russia, and China) have interacted with Central Asia in the 21st century, and how the Central Asian states have utilised competing interests to bolster their own standing/5(20).
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This volume offers the first systematic comparison of political change, leadership style and stability in Central Asia. The contributors, all leading international specialists on the region, offer focused case-studies of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan, comparing how the regimes have further consolidated their power and resisted change.
"At the time when it is fashionable to sound alarmist on Russia's return to the Balkans, Dimitar Bechev's Rival Power: Russia's Influence in the Southeast Europe provides a clear-eyed assessment of the opportunities and significant limits for Russia's power in the region.
While providing the rich historical context for the ambiguous Reviews: 4.