6 edition of Central Asian Security found in the catalog.
by Royal Institute of International Affairs
Written in English
|Contributions||Roy Allison (Editor), Lena Jonson (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||252|
This book focuses mainly on many of the non-traditional security threats to Central Asian states which can even affect relations between states and transform into traditional security . Chapter Ten examines security structures created primarily by the Central Asians themselves, such as the Central Asian Economic Community, and those sponsored by regional or external powers. In the latter category are such bodies as the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), NATO’s Partnership for Peace and the Shanghai Forum (which gets.
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Central Asia has been receiving external military assistance since the mids, and the amount of such assistance has grown substantially in the last decade due to a combination of U.S. interest in using the region to provide access to Afghanistan and the Russian desire to ensure its continued predominance in regional security affairs. Recent reports suggest that Central Asian states may be modernising their military forces and security services with active Russian support. For example, Uzbekistan has concluded various contracts to purchase advanced military equipment from Russia, including helicopters, radar systems, armoured personnel carriers, and fighter jets.
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Central Asian Security: The New International Context Paperback – April 1, by Roy Allison (Editor), Lena Jonson (Editor) See all 5 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" $ $ $ Format: Paperback. They also Central Asian Security book the security policy content of relations between the Central Asian states and regional and international powers—specifically the stakes, interests, and policies of Russia.
Central Asia has emerged as a key region with significant security challenges. In recent years the five Central Asian states—Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan and Turkmenistan—have experienced conflicts over borders, Central Asian Security book revolutions, violent labour unrest and inter-ethnic violence.
This volume is the first comprehensive scholarly analysis of the strategic reconfiguration of Central Asia as Russia has become more disengaged from the nations in the region and as these nations have developed new relations to the south, east, and west.
The international implications are enormous because of the rich energy sources—oil and natural gas—located in the Caspian Sea area. Central Asia remains on the periphery, both spatially and in people’s imaginations.
When the region does attract international attention, it is often related to security issues, including terrorism, ethnic conflict and drug trafficking. This book brings together leading specialists from a range of. Central Asian Security The New International Context PAGE #1: Central Asian Security The New International Context By Hermann Hesse - central asia represents a new frontier for the policy of the united states since the central asian states became independent us economic political and military interests there have steadily.
15 participants from Central Asian ministries and interstate organizations took part in the Study Tour to the Danube and Sava River Commissions organized by the Regional Environmental Center for Central Asia (CAREC) and the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) on May with the financial support of the European Union.
In this book Professor Boute draws together and analyzes the economic, geopolitical and legal aspects of the central role of energy security with respect to Central Asia. He does it in a masterful way. This book establishes him as one of the foremost scholars on energy issues relating to the New Silk Road.
book review Sustainable land management in Greater Central Asia: an integrated and regional perspective edited by Victor R. Squires and Lu Qi, London and New York, Routledge,pp., £, ISBN This book examines the impact and implications of the declaration of human right to water and sanitation access for human security in Central Asia.
It analyzes the current risks and threats arising from mismanagement of water resources in Central Asia through the different dimensions of human security: environmental, economic, social, and. The book goes beyond traditional security issues to reflect the changing security agenda in South Asia in the twenty-first century, and is a useful contribution to studies on South Asian Politics and Security Studies.
The primary focus is on the view from Tehran—how Central Asian security matters affect Iran, and how Iranian policy makers and specialists perceive the Central Asian region and Iran’s place in it. Afghanistan is discussed primarily as an issue in Iranian security policy and a factor in Iran’s relations with the states of Central Asia.
But slowly Russia entrenched its position as the leading external security partner for Central Asia. Reluctantly, Russia intervened to help broker a peace accord in Tajikistan in Its troops guarded Tajikistan’s border with Afghanistan until Central Asia’s poorest states, Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan, continue to be dependent on Russia.
This hard-hitting book argues that Central Asia is in reality a globalization leader with extensive involvement in economics, politics and security dynamics beyond its borders. Yet Central Asia’s international activities are mostly hidden from view, with disturbing implications for world security.
Water-related confrontations are not unlikely given the problems related to water-sharing in the region. This book focuses mainly on many of the non-traditional security threats to Central Asian states which can even affect relations between states and transform into traditional security : Ajay Patnaik.
The breakup of the USSR created a Central Asian security complex or sphere of influence consisting of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan.
Since the disintegration of the Soviet Union, this security complex has tended to distance itself from a Russian-centered approach to foreign relations, has rejected involvement Cited by: 9. Ajay Patnaik is the author of Traditional and Non-Traditional Security Threats to Central Asian Security ( avg rating, 3 ratings, 0 reviews, publishe /5(3).
"The authors in this study assess internal security policy problems and examine the security content of evolving relations between the Central Asian states and regional and international powers - specifically the stakes, interests, and policies of Russia, China, Iran, Turkey, and the United States.
Get this from a library. Central Asian security trends: views from Europe and Russia. [Stephen Blank; Army War College (U.S.). Strategic Studies Institute,;] -- The war in Afghanistan has added considerably to the strategic significance of Central Asia due to its proximity to the conflict.
Moreover, the continuation of the war increasingly involves the vital. Situated between Russia, China, India, and Iran, the five states of Central Asia (Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan) have struggled to fulfill their potential as a crossroads for trade and transit.
Among the challenges facing these states are mutual mistrust, poor governance and corruption, fear of extremism both indigenous and imported, and the geopolitical. This book examines the state of China’s grand strategy in the 21st century, including political, military and economic factors.
Over the past two decades, the People’s Republic of China (PRC) has attained the second highest gross domestic product in the world, taken a leadership role in East Asian. Against this backdrop, this book provides local perspectives on religion, security, history and geopolitics in South Asia and Central Asia in an integrated manner.
Presenting a holistic and updated view of the developments inside and across South and Central Asia, it offers concise analyses by experts on the by: 2.Central Asian Security: The New International Context by Roy Allison (Editor), Lena Jonson (Editor) starting at $ Central Asian Security: The New International Context has 1 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace.