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Author: Sebastian Mayer

1 Introduction This article discusses intergovernmental security cooperation among the five states of Central Asia—Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, and Turkmenistan. Specifically, it delineates the process of regionalism that has to a certain extent occurred since these

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In: Central Asian Affairs

.S.-Soviet Security Cooperation: Achievements, Failures, Lessons. Edited by Alexander C. George, Philip J. Farley, and Alexander Dallin. New York: Oxford University Press, 1988. xi, 746 pp. No price. Weiner, Douglas R. Models of Nature: Ecology, Conservation, and Cultural Revolution in Soviet Russia. Bloomington, IN

In: The Soviet and Post-Soviet Review

assistance in areas of national security; and increased transparency in reporting international funding sources, ownership structures, and real estate transactions. Duly enforcing existing anticorruption laws and international security cooperation practices would clearly make it harder for the autocrats to

In: Canadian-American Slavic Studies
Author: R. Craig Nation

to the Alliance and a blow to its capacity to serve as a stabilizing strategic factor in the Balkans. It was likewise a setback to prospects for expanded regional security cooperation and Euro-Atlantic integration, and to Macedonia’s reform agenda and eff orts to R.C. Nation / Southeastern Europe

In: Southeastern Europe

relations. The first is the foreign policy and formal relations between China and the Central Asian governments since their independence, including issues related to border management and security cooperation, trade, infrastructure financing and construction, and energy. In Chapter 2, the book also provides

In: Central Asian Affairs

Limitations], Guoji guancha [International Survey], no. 3 (2011): 30–31. 53 Yu Jianhua, 70; Qiang Xiaoyun (Institute of International Relations, Shanghai) “Cong Afuhan wenti de ZhongYa yingxiang kan weilai Shanghai Hezuo Zhuyi de anquan hezuo” [ sco Security Cooperation in the Future Viewed from the

In: Central Asian Affairs

potential gains from cooperation within the region. Therefore, interest in regional security cooperation in Central Asia is relatively low, despite governmental declarations to the contrary. The articles collected in this special issue cover a wide range of concrete issues, cases, and questions and were

In: Central Asian Affairs
Author: Roland Seib

im September 1991 durch ein „Agreed Statement on Security Co-operation“ bestätigt wurde, erstmals auch über die bisher bestehende finanzielle, technische und personelle Unterstützung der 1973 gegründeten Streit- kräfte (PNG Defence Force, PNGDF) hinaus, deren Personalstärke bis 2008 mit

In: Die Außenpolitik der Staaten Ozeaniens

greenlighting the aggressive global outreach of AsiaUniversalBank (p. 151). And, as we have written elsewhere, 7 this was consistent with the Bakiev regime’s efforts to extort rents from great powers like the United States and Russia that were interested in security cooperation, ensuring military access

In: Central Asian Affairs

, while sharply disagreeing on others. Economic ties with Europe Russia's relations with European nations have also changed considerably. Although Putin was reserved about developing security cooperation with Brussels before 2005, he expected economic relations to progress relatively smoothly and was even

In: The Soviet and Post-Soviet Review