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Week Twelve: Tajikistan



Required:
Mary Kaldor, The Politics of New Wars and The Globalized War Economy, in Kaldor, New and Old Wars (Stanford University Press 2001), pp. 69-112.

Bjorn Moller, The Role of Military Power in the Third Millenium, in The Global Agenda, eds. Kegley and Wittkopf, (McGrawHill, 2001), pp. 47-57.

Aleksey Arbatov, A Framework for Assessing Post-Soviet Conflicts, pp. 19-25 in Managing Conflict in the Former Soviet Union, eds. Alexei Arbatov, Abram Chayes, Antonia Handler Chayes, and Lara Olson. The MIT Press, 1997.

Zartman, William, Posing the Problem of State Collapse and Putting Things Back Together,pp.1-15 and 267-275 from Zartman, W. ed., Collapsed States,Lynne Reinner, Boulder, London, 1995).

Anderson, “Islam, ethnicity and regional conflict: The Case of Tajikistan” in Anderson 1997, pp. 165-188.


Strongly Recommended (in Russian):

Малашенко, Этнические и региональные конфликты в Евразии, книга 1 Центральная Азия и Кавка (совместно с Бруно Коппитерсом и Д.В. Трениным) , М: Весь мир, 1997


Recommended:

Martin Lowenkopf, Liberia: Putting the State Back Together, in Zartman, ed. 1995, pp. 91-109.

Chvyr, Ludmilla, “Central Asia’s Tajiks: Self-Identification and Ethnic Identity”, in State, Religion and Society in Central Asia, Vitaly Naumkin ed. (Reading: Ithaca Press, 1993) pp. 245-61.

Gretsky, Sergei, “Civil War in Tajikistan: Causes, Developments, and prospects for peace” in Central Asia: Conflict, Resolution and change, Roald Z. Sagdeev and susan Eisenhower eds. (Chevy Chase, Maryland: CPSS press, 1995) pp. 217-47

Kudonazar, Davlat, “The Conflict in Tajikistan: Questions of regionalism. In Central Asia: … pp. 249-63.

Rubin, Barnett, “Russian hegemony and state breakdown in the periphery: Causes and consequences of the civil war in Tajikistan”, in Post-Soviet Politics order: Conflict and State Building (London: Routledge, 1998, pp. 128-61.

Ali Attar, “Nawruz in Tajikistan: Ritual or Politics,” in Atabaki and O’Kane, eds. 1998, pp. 231-247.

Muriel Atkin, “Thwarted democratization in Tajikistan,” in Dawisha and Parrott, eds. 1997, pp. 277-311.


Week Thirteen: Second Paper is Due!


Foreign Relations


International Dimension. Close Neighbors and Distant Ones. The rise of regionalism in global politics. Cental Asian foreign relations. The roles of Russia, United States, China, Turkey, Iran and Afganistan. Security for whom, when and how.

IMF/Freedom Support Act and the US Cooperative Threat Reduction Program. The pipeline wars and their outcome. The likely economic future of Central Asia. China and Russia’s Shanghar Cooperative Organization. The 9/11 attacks and Operation Enduring Freedom including an enduring US military presence in Central Asia.


Required:

Dmitri Trofimov, “Russia and the United States in Central Asia: problems, prospects and interests,”Central Asia and the Caucasus 19: I, 2003.

Roy Allison, “Strategic Reassertion in Russia’s Central Asia policy,” International Affairs 80, 2 (2004), 277-293.

Anderson, “The international politics of Central Asia,” in Anderson 1997, pp. 188-213.

Roy Allison. “Structures and Frameworks for Security Policy Cooperation in Central

Asia.” In Central Asian Security: The New International Context, edited by Roy

Allison and Lena Jonson, 219-246. Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution Press,

2001.

S. Neil MacFarlaine, “The United States and Regionalism in Central Asia” International Affairs 80, 2, (2004).


Strongly recommended in Russian:

Виталий Наумкин, ред. Ответ терроризму и повстанческим движениям в Центральной Азии, сборник статей (Moscow, Centre for Strategic and Political Studies/Royal Institue of International Affairs, 2003).


Recommended:

Ahmed Rashid. Taliban : Militant Islam, Oil, and Fundamentalism in Central Asia. (Yale University Press, 2001), selections.

Martha Brill Olcott. “Central Asia: Common Legacies and Conflicts.” In Central Asian

Security: The New International Context, 2001, 95- 126.

Vyacheslav Ya. Belokrenitsky, “Russia and the Former Soviet Central Asia: The Attitude Towards Regional Integrity,” in Atabaki and O’Kane, eds. 1998, pp. 44-62.

Neil MacFarlaine, Western Engagement in the Causacus and Central Asia (London, Royal Institute of International Affairs, 1999).

Tatiana Shaumian, “Foreign Policy Perspectives of the Central Asian States, “ in Atabaki and O’Kane, eds. 1998, pp. 62-73.

Lena Jonson. “Russia and Central Asia.” In Central Asian Security: The New International Context, edited by Roy Allison and Lena Jonson, 95-126. Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution Press, 2001.

Stephen Blank. “The United States and Central Asia.” In Central Asian Security, 127-151.

Yuriy Kulchik, Andrei Fadin and Victor Sergeev, “Regional Perspectives, Integration and Foreign Policy Options,” in Central Asia After the Empire, pp. 44-58 (Pluto Press, Chicago, London, 1996).

Edmund Herzig. “Iran and Central Asia.” In Central Asian Security: The New International Context, 2001, pp. 171-198.

Gareth M. Winrow. “Turkey and Central Asia.” In Central Asian Security: The New

International Context, 2001, pp. 199-218.

Guangcheng Xing. “China and Central Asia.” In Central Asian Security: The New

International Context,pp. 152-170. 2001.

Tadeusz Swietochowski, “The Politics of Oil and the Quest for Stability: The Caspian Sea,” in Atabaki and O’Kane, eds. 1998, pp. 118-130.

Articles on Iran (pp. 73-91), Turkey (91-109), Russia (44-62), in Atabaki and O’Kane (1998).


Week Fourteen: Third Paper is Due!


Conclusions, Future Perspectives, Lessons for the study of international relations.


The lessons and the future projections. What does the study of the Central Asia bring to the academia and policy-makers.


Required:

Pauline Jones Luong, “Conclusion: Central Asia’s Contribution to Theories of the State,” in Jones Luong, ed. 2004.

Annette Bohr, “Regionalism in Central Asia: New Geopolitics, old regional order,” International Affairs 80, 3 (2004), pp. 485-502.


Recommended:

Roy Allison, “Regionalism, regional structures and security management in Central

Asia,” International Affairs 80, 3 (2004), 463-483.

Shahram Akbarzadeh, “Keeping Central Asia Stable,” Third World Quaterly, Vol. 25, No. 4, pp. 689-705, 2004.


Required Literature:

The Transformation of Central Asia edited by Pauline Jones Luong, (Cornell University Press, 2004).

Central Asia, Vitaly Naumkin, ed. (Ithaca Press, 1993) 1-16.

Central Asia in Historical Perspective, Beatrice Manz ed. (Harvard UP, 1994) 4-22.

Anderson, John, The International Politics of Central Asia (Manchester University Press, 1997).

Pauline Jones Luong, “After the Break-up: Institutional Design in Transitional States,” Comparative Political Studies, Vol. 33, no. 5, June 2000, 563-592.

Matveeva, Anna, “Democratization, legitimacy and political change in Central Asia”, International Affairs, 75 (1) (Jan 1999) pp. 23-44.

Dmitri Trenin, Bruno Coppieters, and Alexei Zverev, Commonwealth and Independence in Post-Soviet Eurasia. (Frank Cass, London, 1998).

Chehabi, HE and Juan Linz eds. Sultanistic Regims. (London: John’s Hopkin’s UP, 1998).

Ayoob, Mohammend, State Making, State Breaking and State Failure, pp. 127-143 in Turbulent Peace, eds. Chester Crocker, Fen Osler Hampson and Pamela Aall, USIP 2001.

Gleason, Gregory. Central Asian States: Discovering Independence (London: Westview, 1997).

Ислам на постсоветском пространстве: взгляд изнутри, (Москва: Московский Центр Карнеги, 2001 (chapters by various authors on Central Asian Islam).

Аhmed Rashid. Jihad: The Rise of Militant Islam in Central Asia. New Haven: Yale

University Press, 2002.

Haghayeghi, Mehrdad, Islam and politics in Central Asia (New York: St. Martins Press, 1995).

Boris Rumer, ed. Central Asia and the new global economy (London: M.E. Sharpe, 2000).

Jones Luong, Pauline and Erika Weinthal, “Prelude to the Resource Curse: Explaining Energy Development Strategies in the Soviet Successor States and Beyond,” Comparative Political Studies 34, 4 (May 2001: 367-99)

Ro’I, Yaacov. Islam in the Soviet Union: From the Second World War to Gorbachev. (New York: Columbia UP, 2000)

Dmitri Trofimov, “Russia and the United States in Central Asia: problems, prospects and interests,”Central Asia and the Caucasus 19: I, 2003.

Roy Allison, “Strategic Reassertion in Russia’s Central Asia policy,” International Affairs 80, 2 .

Central Asian Security: The New International Context, edited by Roy

Allison and Lena Jonson, 219-246. Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution Press,

2001.

S. Neil MacFarlaine, “The United States and Regionalism in Central Asia” International Affairs 80, 2, (2004).

Виталий Наумкин, ред. Ответ терроризму и повстанческим движениям в Центральной Азии, сборник статей (Moscow, Centre for Strategic and Political Studies/Royal Institue of International Affairs, 2003).

Ahmed Rashid. Taliban : Militant Islam, Oil, and Fundamentalism in Central Asia. (Yale University Press, 2001).


Recommended Literature:

Soucek, Svat. A History of Inner Asia (Cambridge: CUP, 2000)

Bregel, Yuri, Notes on the Study of Central Asia (Indiana UP, 1996).

Adshead, Samuel. Central Asia in world history (St. Martins Press: 1993)

Karpat, Kemal, “The old and new central Asia” Central Asian Survey, 12 (4), (1993).

История Средней Азии, Самарканд, Ташкент, Хивинское, Бухарское и Кокандское ханства, Туркестан: Сборник исторических произведений (сост. Булдаков А.И., Шумов С.А., Андреев А.Р.) Изд. Евролинц, Русская Панорама, 2003.

Soucek, Svat. A history of inner Asia (Cambridge: CUP, 2000)

Geographic perspectives on soviet central Asia, Robert Lewis ed. (London 1991).

Critchlow, James, “Corruption, nationalism, and the native elite in soviet central Asia” Journal of Communist Studies, 4 (2), (June 1988) 142-61.

Lansdell, Henry, Russian Central Asia (NY, 1970)

Rywkin, Michael, Moscow’s Muslim Challenge: Central Asia (M.E. Sharp, 1990).

Pauline Jones Luong, “Reconcentualizing the State: Lessons from Post-Communism,” Politics and Society 30, 4 (December 2002): 529-554. with Anna Grzymala-Busse.

Yaacov Ro’I ed. The New EurAsia (2000).

Anderson, John. “Constitutional Development in Central Asia”, Central Asian Survey, 16 (3) (Sept. 1997) pp. 301-20.

---. “Elections and political development in Central Asia”, Journal of Communist and Transition Politics, 13 (4) (Dec 1997) pp. 28-53.

Touraj Atabaki, “The Impediments to the Development of Civil Societies in Central Asia,” in Atabaki and O’Kane, eds. 1998, pp. 35-44.

Brown, Bess. “The Public Role in Perestroika in Central Asia”, Central Asian Survey, 9 (1), (1990) 87-96.

Ronald Inglehart, Changing Values, Economic Development and Political Change, International Social Science Journal, no. 145 (September 1995), pp. 379-404.

Grant, Jonathan. “Decolonization by Default: Independence in Soviet Central Asia”, Central Asian Survey, 13 (1), (1994) 51-8.

Guillermo O’Donnell, Delegative Democracy in Journal of Democracy.

Schmitter and Karl, What Democracy Is and is not.

Linz, Juan, “The perils of presidentialism”, also the short commentaries on his thesis Journal of Democracy, 1 (1990), pp. 202-35.

Kubicek, P. “Authoritarianism in Central Asia: Curse or cure?”, Third World Quaterly, 19 (1) (1998) pp 29-43.

Shahrani, M. Nazif, “Muslim Central Asia: Soviet Development Legacies and Future Challenges” in Mesbahi ed. Central Asia and the Caucasus After the Soviet Union: Domestic and International Dynamics (University Press of Florida, 1994). pp 56-73.

Kulchik, Yurii, “Central Asia After the Empire: Ethnic Groups, Communities, and Problems” in Roald Z. Sagdeev and Susan Eisenhower eds. Central Asia: Conflict, Revolution and Change (Chevy Chase, Maryland: CPSS Press, 1995).

Shirin Akiner, “Social and Political Reorganization in Central Asia: Transition from Pre-Colonial to Post-Colonial Society,” in Atabaki and O’Kane, eds. 1998.

Political Liberalization and Democratization in the Arab World., eds. Rex Brunen, Bahgat Korany, and Paul Noble, Vol. 1, (Lynne Reinner Publishers, 1995).

Pauline Jones Luong, “Muslims Under Siege in an Islamic State: Religious Persecution in Uzbekistan,” Yale Journal of Human Rights, December 2001.

Graham Fuller, The Future of Political Islam in Foreign Affairs 81, no. 2 (March/April 2002): 48-60.

Bernard Lewis, Islam and Liberal Democracy: A Historical Overview,” Journal of Democracy, vol. 7, no. 2 (April 1996), pp. 52-63.

Hiro, Dilip. Between Marx and Muhammad: the Changing Face of Central Asia (Harper Collins: 1994)

Panarin, Sergei, “Muslims of the Former USSR: Dynamics of Survival”, Central Asian Survey, 12 (2), (1993) 137-49.

Saroyan, Mark and Edward W. Walker eds. Minorities, mullahs, and modernity: reshaping community in the former Soviet Union (Berkeley: International and Area Studies, University of California, 1997).

Tolmacheva, MA. “The Muslim Woman in Soviet Central Asia”, Central Asian Survey, 12 (4), (1993) 531-48.

Bonner, Arthur, “Islam and the State in Central Asia”, Central Asian Monitor, 6 (1995) 27-37.

Akiner, Shirin, “Melting Pot, salad bowl, cauldron? Manipulation and mobilization of ethnic and religious identities in Central Asia”, Ethnic and Racial Studies, 20 (2) (1997) 362-98.

Haghayeghi, Mehrdad. “Islamic Revival in the Central Asian Republics”, Central Asian Survey, 13 (2) (1994) 249-66.

Roy Olivier. The Failure of Political Islam (IB. Tauris, 1994) 1-34.

Transition, “The Myth of Militant Islam”, 1 (24) (29 Dec. 1995) 6-32.

Smith, Anthony. National Identity (Penguin, 1991) 1-42.

Ernst Gellner, Nations and Nationalism: New Perspective on the Past, selections.

Benedict Anderson, Imagined Communities, selections.

Smith, Graham, Vivien Law, Andrew Wilson, Annette Bohr, Edward Allworth, Nation-building in the post soviet borderlands: The politics of national identities (Cambridge: CUP, 1998) “The Central Asia states as nationalizing regimes”, pp 139-64.

Gleason, Gregory, “Fealty and Loyalty: Informal Authority Structures in Central Asia:, Soviet Studies, 43 (4) (1991) 613-28.

Melvin, Neil. “Patterns of Centre-regional relations in Central Asia: The Cases of Kazakhstan, the Kyrgyz Republic and Uzbekistan” Federal and Regional Studies (2000)

Нурбулат Масанов, «Казахская Политическая и интеллектуальная элита: клановая принадлежность и внутриэтническое соперничество», в Евразия: Люди и Мифы, 2003, сост. Сергей Панарин,стр. 365-381.

Naumkin, Vitalii ed. Central asia and Transcaucasia: Ethnicity and conflict. (Greenwood Press: 1994).

Anderson, “The Search for Identity: nation-building and the Islamic factor,” in Anderson 1997, pp. 138-165.

Hussein Adam, “Somalia: A Terrible Beauty Being Born” in Zartman, 1995, pp. 69-91.

Fragner, Bert G., “The nationalization of the Uzbeks and Tajiks” in Muslim communities reemerge: Historical perspectives on nationality, politics, and the opposition in the former Soviet Union and Yugoslavia, Andreas Akkeler, Gerhard Simon, and Georg Burnner eds, (Duke UP, 1989) 13-32..

Glenn, John. The soviet legacy in central Asia. (Macmillan: 1999) chapters 3-5

Naby, Eden, “Ethnicity and Islam in Central Asia”, Central Asian Survey, 12 (2) (1993) pp. 151-67.

Martin Spechler, “Central Asia in the Edge of Globalization,” in Challenge, vol. 47, no. 3, July/August 2004, pp. 62-77.

Jones Luong, Pauline and Erika Weinthal, “Prelude to the Resource Curse: Explaining Energy Development Strategies in the Soviet Successor States and Beyond,” Comparative Political Studies 34, 4 (May 2001: 367-99)

Gleditsch, Nils Petter, Environmental Change, Security and Conflict in Turbulent Peace, USIP 2001, pp. 53-69.

Homer-Dixon, Environment, Scarcity and Violence (Princeton University Press, 1999), p

p. 3-28, 133-183.

Алексей Малашенко, Экология, общество и традиция. Социальные и политические кризисы в контексте раззрушения природной среды (Таджикистан и Российский Север)(совместно с М.Б. Олкотт), М: Московский Центр Карнеги, 1997.

Erike Weinthal, “Transnational Actors, NGO’s, and Environmental Protection,” in Jones Luong, ed. 2004.

Darya Pushkina “Ethnic Conflict, Environmental Degradation and State Collapse: The Case of Sudan” (manuscript).

Robert Ebel, and Rajan Menon. “Introduction: Energy, Conflict, and Development in the

Caspian Sea Region.” In Energy and Conflict in Central Asia and the Caucasus, edited

by Robert Ebel and Rajan Menon, 1-19. Lanham, M.D.: Rowman and Littlefield

Publishers, Inc., 2000. Read 1-14.

Apostolou, Andrew, “The problems of creating economies in central Asia”, in From the Gulf to Central Asia: Players in the new great game, A. Ehteshami ed. (University of Exeter Press, 1994) 58-73.

Fridman, Leonid, “Economic crisis as a factor of building up socio-political and ethnonational tensions in the countries of central Asia and transcaucAsia”, in Central Asia and TranscaucAsia: Ethnicity and Conflict, Vitaly Naumkin ed. (Greenwood, 1994) 31-68.

Kaser, Michael, “Economic transition in central Asian economies”, Central Asian Survey, 16 (1) (March 1997) pp. 5-26.

Vyacheslav Ya. Belokrenitsky, “Russia and the Former Soviet Central Asia: The Attitude Towards Regional Integrity,” in Atabaki and O’Kane, eds. 1998, pp. 44-62.

Neil MacFarlaine, Western Engagement in the Causacus and Central Asia (London, Royal Institute of International Affairs, 1999).

Tatiana Shaumian, “Foreign Policy Perspectives of the Central Asian States, “ in Atabaki and O’Kane, eds. 1998, pp. 62-73.

Central Asian Security: The New International Context, edited by Roy Allison and Lena Jonson, 95-126. Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution Press, 2001.

Stephen Blank. “The United States and Central Asia.” In Central Asian Security, 127-151.

Central Asia After the Empire (Pluto Press, Chicago, London, 1996).


Movies by Central Asian Directors


Kazahstan


Ermek Shinarbaev: My Life on the Tricorn (92), Revenge (87).

Ardak Amirkulov: The Fall of Otrar (90).


Works by Ermek Shinarbaev - the man who more or less inaugurated the Kazakh New Wave.


Serik Aprimov: The Last Stop (89) (photographed by Murat Nugmanov)


Amir Karakulov: Last Holiday (97), Jylama (03).


Darezhan Omirbaev: Kairat (92), Cardiogram, Killer (98), The Road (01) (main role played by Tadjik director Djamshed Usmonov).

Kyrgyzstan



Aktan Abdikalikov: The Adopted Son (98), Selkinchek (93).

Tolomush Okeev: There Are Horses (65),

Uzbekistan



Ali Khamraev, Man Follows Birds (75), Bo Ba Bu (98), Without Fear (72)


Zoulfikar Musakov: Boys in the Sky (02)


Elyer Ishmukhamedov: Uzbek New Wave classic, Tenderness (67).


Rashid Malikov: allegorical The Mystery of Ferns (92).


Yusup Razikov: Orator (00)

Tajikistan



Usmonov: The Flight of the Bee (98), Angel on the Right (02)

Mairam Yusupova’s The Time of Yellow Grass (91)


Bachtiyar Hudoynazarov: Brother (91)


Turkmenistan

Khodjakuli Narliev: The Daughter-in-Law (72).
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