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The Soviet Central Asian challenge: a neo-Gramscian analysis
Allen E. Dorn
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The Soviet Union faces a revolutionary challenge from its Central Asian Muslim population which is capable of undermining Soviet authority in the region. This thesis establishes a neo-Gramscian theory for analyzing the Soviet Central Asian challenge as a developing counterhegemonic movement against the Russian-dominated State.
Antonio Gramsci's theory. the thesis establishes a neo-Gramscian theory for analyzing the Soviet Central Asian challenge as a developing counterhegemonic movement against the Russian-dominated State.
Antonio Gramsci's theory of hegemony and counterhegemony explains the mechanism of rule essential for group control of a state as well as the mechanism of revolt required to permit a subordinate group to stage a Author: Allen E.
Dorn. "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/5(3).
PDF | On Jan 1,Nazif Shahrani and others published Central Asia and the Challenge of the Soviet Legacy | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate. Praise for The Failure of Political Islam: During the anti-Gorbachev coup in August most communist leaders from Soviet central Asia backed the plotters.
Within weeks of the coup's collapse, those same leaders--now transformed into ardent nationalists--proclaimed the independence of their nations, adopted new flags and new slogans, and discovered a new patriotism/5.
part of the Soviet Union were evacuated to Central Asia. At the same time, large irri-gation projects such as the Great Fergana Canal were implemented. Similarly to other parts of the Soviet Union, agriculture was forcibly collectivized in the early s.
The human costs of the Soviet modernization of Central Asia were Size: 1MB. Read To Moscow Not Mecca: The Soviet Campaign Against Islam in Central Asia Ebook. Neo-Gramscianism applies a critical theory approach to the study of international relations (IR) and the global political economy (GPE) that explores the interface of ideas, institutions and material capabilities as they shape the specific contours of the state formation.
The theory is heavily influenced by the writings of Antonio Gramsci. The countries of Central Asia are landlocked, although Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan border the Caspian Sea, which is not an open sea ().
2 Furthermore, the Soviet transportation network was concentrated on Russia and other Soviet republics, while connections with the outside world were almost e some infrastructure investment in the last quarter-century, the lack of Cited by: Multi-levelled hegemonic competition and security in post-Soviet Central Asia”.
It could be pointed here that over the last decade a significant body of literature has redefined “security” (see Bernard, ). With the end of the Cold War, many scholars criticized the traditional, narrow definition of security and focused on issues Cited by: 9.
A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Post-Soviet Central Asia was gradually absorbed into the Russian Empire in the 18th and 19th centuries.
Russia’s expansion into the area prompted concern from the British, who governed India further south. The result was what Rudyard Kipling called the “Great Game,” as the two great powers vied for influence in the region.
The source book will also help students situate the major events and activities of Central Asia in a global context.
In addition to the value of this collection to the Central Asian historical record, many of the included texts will be essential for comparative analyses and cross-disciplinary approaches in.
Emilian Kavalski has assembled a group of top-notch Central Asia specialists, who contribute both empirical detail and theoretical value. As with any edited volume, the major challenge is two-fold: to ensure high-quality contributions and to highlight issues that cross-cut the chapters, thus allowing the book to cohere as a : Edward Schatz.
in Post-Soviet Central Asia,” in Wayne Nelles, ed., Comparative Education, Terrorism and Human Security (forthcoming); and “The Legacy of Russian and Soviet Education and the shaping of Ethnic, Religious, and National Identities in Central Asia,” in Stephen P.
Heyneman and Alan J. De Young, eds., The Challenge of Education in Central Asia. The issue that I plan to analyze in this essay is that specific Central Asian political and social environments (including the legacy of Soviet totalitarianism and present-day clan-dominated societies) have significantly distorted the structure and function of nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) in Central Asia as compared to the liberal societies, where the theoretical concepts of NGOs and.
It then develops several propositions about clan politics and explores them empirically in the context of the post-Soviet Central Asian cases. These cases suggest the limits of the prevailing transitions and institutionalist approaches; these theories cannot explain regime transition in the Central Asian cases because they focus on the formal Cited by: A very comprehensive narrative of all geo-political events in the entire Central Asia especially after the disintegration of the Soviet Union, the author has laid out all the stakeholders and their contributions and reactions to all developments and the historical, religious and cultural causes which have influenced the events and has provided a sufficiently detailed and neutral narrative/5.
Leaders of the five Central Asian nations that became independent republics after the breakup of the Soviet Union in — Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan. 'Pipe Dreams is a thoroughly researched, engagingly written, and highly original contribution to Central Asian and environmental history.
Maya K. Peterson tells a story of technology, water politics, and imperial hubris that will be familiar to those who have studied water politics in the American West.'Cited by: 1.
Boris Rumer is best known as the author of such works as Investment and Reindustrialization in the Soviet Economy, Soviet Steel: The Challenge of Industrial Modernization in the U.S.S.R and Soviet Central Asia: A Tragic Experiment. He is also a contributor to books, including The Soviet Economy: A New Course, ; and Papers on the Soviet.
The enormous challenge of the Soviet Union’s disintegration compounded by inner-elite conflicts, ideological disputes and state failure triggered a downward spiral to one of the worst violent conflicts in the post-Soviet space.
This book explains the causes of the Civil War in Tajikistan with a historical narrative recognizing long term structural causes of the conflict originating in the Soviet transformation of Central Asia Price: $ Central Asian Nuclear, Chemical and Biological Terrorism Threat Vectors.
Central Asia could be relevant to the threat of chemical, biological, radiological or nuclear (CBRN) terrorism 76 in several ways. First, because the region was the home of significant Soviet-era production and testing activities, it could be a source of material.
This book explores the interaction between the newly-established independent states of Central Asia and Azerbaijan and the most important regional powers representing Islamic influence.
It examines the effects of the sophisticated fabric of globalization in relation to Islam from two main angles. This first chapter of the book familiarizes the reader with the politics of international waters and the region Central Asia.
Building on the scholarship of Zeitoun, Mirumachi, Warner, Cascao and others, the second chapter outlines the main arguments and conceptions of the Framework of Hydro-Hegemony and stresses the central role of soft power. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource (xii, pages): maps.
Contents: 1. The international politics of fusion and fissure in the awkward states of post-Soviet Central Asia / Emilian Kavalski Part ical Perspectives on the Post-Soviet Statehood of Central Asia. Russian strategic interests in South Asia are three dimensional.
One is of its gas pipeline A. Vrevsky is a famous book having a detailed analysis (in the years of s) of „Soviet Power: The Continuing Challenge‟ by James Sherr is based on Russian forward policy in the third world states.
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Institutional change and political continuity in Post-Soviet Central Asia: power, perceptions, and pacts. [Pauline Jones Luong] -- The establishment of electoral systems in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, and Uzbekistan presents both a complex set of empirical puzzles and a theoretical challenge.
Why did three states with similar. Spotlight on Central Eurasia Series // The speaker will discuss his book, a compelling study of the divergent political courses taken by Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, and Kazakhstan in the wake of Soviet rule.
McGlinchey examines economics, religion, political legacies, foreign investment, and the ethnicity of these countries to evaluate the relative success of political structures in each nation. Politics of Central Asia (Political Science /) Books and Articles: Three works are available for purchase at the bookstore: Central Asian Security, “Free Press is Battered in Post-Soviet Central Asia.” The New York Times (December 7, ): A This book is the first general introduction to the economies of central Asia, specifically the recently independent countries of Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, and Turkmenistan.
Richard Pomfret provides a historical and structural analysis of this area of the former Soviet Union, with an emphasis on their economic situation. As I discuss in my book, interest in a Central Asian “model” for the Third World among Soviet scholars and politicians had petered out by the early s, but the idea of showcasing achievements (and promoting more limited forms of cooperation between Central Asian.
CEEOL is a leading provider of academic e-journals and e-books in the Humanities and Social Sciences from and about Central and Eastern Europe. In the rapidly changing digital sphere CEEOL is a reliable source of adjusting expertise trusted by scholars, publishers and by: 1. The Sociology of Central Asian Youth seeks to critically broaden the discussion on youth transitions discourse by moving beyond the geographical terrain of North America, Britain, Australia and Western Europe.
The work establishes an in-depth understanding of young Central Asians, with a special focus on those in Uzbekistan. China's strategic relationship with Central Asia has grown expansively over the past decade, symbolized by both the founding of the "Shanghai Five," which in June became the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, and with the signing of the China-Russia Friendship Treaty in July The events of Septemand the U.S.-led war against terrorism in Afghanistan and beyond have.
By Marlene Laruelle, research professor of international affairs and director of the Central Asia Program at the George Washington University’s Elliott School of International Affairs. Alexander Cooley and John Heathershaw’s new book marks a milestone in the study of Central Asia and of the post-Soviet.
Mr Putin will host Mr Wen in this city almost exactly 10 years after the two countries joined forces with the four ex-Soviet Central Asian republics to form the SCO.
Russia has previously billed the alliance as a regional alternative to Nato and discussed at past meetings the option of including other regional powers in its ranks.
Central Asia (CA) is a region consisting of five former Soviet republics, including Kazakhstan (18 million), Kyrgyzstan ( million), Tajikistan ( million), Turkmenistan ( million), and Uzbekistan (30 million), with a total population of approximately 66 million vascular diseases (CVD) are the number one cause of death in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs), Author: Altyn Aringazina, Tleuberdi Kuandikov, Viktor Arkhipov.
Islam After Communism Religion & Politics In Central Asia by Adeeb Khalid available in Trade Paperback onalso read synopsis and reviews. How do Muslims relate to Islam in societies that experienced seventy years of Soviet rule?
How did Author: Adeeb Khalid.Islam, Society, and Politics in Central Asia Book Description: During the s, there was a general consensus that Central Asia was witnessing an Islamic revival after independence, and that this occurrence would follow similar events throughout the Islamic world in the prior two decades, which had negative effects on both social and political.In fact, today, in most non-Muslim states of the former Soviet Union (FSU), the basic rights of Muslims are far better guaranteed than in any Central Asian state.
With this in mind, let us briefly consider what to realistically expect in Central Asia in terms of socio-political developments in the near future.