Conflict, Cleavage, and Change in Central Asia and the Caucasus

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Karen Dawisha, Bruce Parrott
Cambridge University Press, 13 .. 1997 - 423 ˹
Edited by two leading analysts of post-communist politics, this book brings together distinguished specialists on the former Soviet states of Central Asia and the Caucasus. Chapters on Kazakstan, Kyrgyszstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia provide a systematic analysis of elite politics, factionalism, party--and interest--group formation, and social and ethnic divisions. Karen Dawisha and Bruce Parrott contribute theoretical and comparative chapters on postcommunist political development. This book will provide students and scholars with detailed analysis by leading authorities, plus the latest research data on recent political and economic trends in each country.
 

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Perspectives on postcommunist democratization
1
Democratization and political participation research concepts and methodologies
40
Political transformations in postcommunist Armenia images and realities
69
Azerbaijans struggle toward democracy
110
Democratization in Georgia
156
Democratization and the growth of political participation in Kazakstan
201
Kyrgyzstan the fate of political liberalization
242
Thwarted democratization in Tajikistan
277
Turkmenistan the quest for stability and control
312
Political development in Uzbekistan democratization?
360
Appendix
409
Index
413
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Karen Dawisha was born Karen Hurst in Colorado Springs, Colorado on December 2, 1949. She studied Russian politics at the University of Colorado at Boulder and received a doctoral degree at the London School of Economics. She taught at Miami University in Oxford from 2000 until her retirement in September 2016. She wrote or co-wrote several books including Soviet Foreign Policy Towards Egypt; Eastern Europe, Gorbachev, and Reform: The Great Challenge; and Putin's Kleptocracy: Who Owns Russia? She died from lung cancer on April 11, 2018 at the age of 68.

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