Central Asia: Views from Washington, Moscow, and Beijing

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M.E. Sharpe, 2007 - Всего страниц: 224
The disintegration of the Soviet Union in 1991 rapidly and irrevocably transformed Central Asia's political landscape. This region of five sovereign states with a population of some fifty million people quickly became a major focus of interest and influence for competing poles of power.

The eminent contributors to this volume offer a four-part analysis of the region's new importance in world affairs. Rajan Menon examines the place of Central Asia in a global perspective. Eugene Rumer considers the perspective of the post-9/11 United States. Dmitri Trenin looks at the region from the standpoint of traditional hegemon Russia. Huasheng Zhao provides the view from economic superpower-in-the-making China.


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Central Asia in the TwentyFirst Century
The United States and Central Asia In Search of a Strategy
Russia and Central Asia Interests Policies and Prospects
Central Asia in Chinas Diplomacy
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