Mushtaq A. Kaw
xxiii, 444 p..2010
Includes bibliographical references and index
ISBN-13/ EAN: 9789380009322(Hardbound)
INR 1395.00– US$ 69.99
LC Subject heading:
- Geopolitics–Asia, Central–Congresses.
- Asia, Central–Politics and government–1991—Congresses.
- Asia,Central–Economic policy–1991—Congresses.
- Power resources–Asia, Central–Congresses.
- Asia, Central–Relations–Congresses.
- India.–Foreign relations–Asia, Central–Congresses.
- Asia, Central–Foreign relations–India–Congresses.
BISAC Subject: POL011010/POLITICAL SCIENCE / International Relations / Diplomacy
About the Book:-
Central Asia assimilated several alien traditions and trends and also forged conflicts and contradictions among the peoples of the region. Therefore, it cannot be understood without comprehension of its glorious past and budding present. This compendium of thirty five papers, presented at an international conference, organized by the Centre of Central Asian Studies, University of Kashmir, Srinagar, attempts to examine the various dynamics of Central Asia. It addresses a wide range of issues concerning Central Asia’s geo-politics and geo-strategy, geo-economics, historico-cultural relations, and its relations with other countries of the world.
About the Author:-
Mushtaq A. Kaw is presently a Professor at the Centre of Central Asian Studies (CCAS), University of Kashmir, Srinagar. He has also served as the Director of Centre of Central Asian Studies; Coordinator of UGC NET/ JRF Examination; and Chief Proctor of the University of Kashmir. Besides a good number of research papers published in national and international journals of repute, Prof. Kaw has four books to his credit. Also, he is Editor of the annual Journal of Central Asian Studies, published by the Centre of Central Asian Studies, University of Kashmir. In addition, he was associated in various capacities with the different teams of the CCAS during the archaeological explorations in North Kashmir and the Survey of the Grand Silk Route.
Geographical Perspectives on Globalization the View from Central Asia — The State Ideologies in Post-Soviet Central Asia: The Ethnic Dimension — Partnership for Peace, Prosperity and Social Progress in Central Asia — Regionalism in Central Asia — Russia and Central Asia towards Political and Economic Integration — Tajik-Afghan Ethnic Relations and their Impact on the Central Asian Security — SCO: A Checkmate in the Great Game on a Grand Chessboard? — Shanghai Cooperation Organisation: Challenges and Prospects — Realism & Middle Powers in Central Asia — Sizing up Conflicts over Central Asian Resources: From Past to the Present — Geopolitics of Central Asia’s Oil and Gas Resources Implications for India’s Energy Security — An Institutional Analysis of the Financial Sector of the Central Asian Republics — Eurasian Policy Integration: Theory and Practice — Energy Sector of Kazakhstan: Potentialities & Constraints — Millennium Development Goals in Kazakhstan: Problems and Priorities — Development in Central Asia: A Case Study of Kyrgyzstan — Central Asia: Migration and Displacement Implications — Asiatic Russia & Greater Central Asia: Geo-political and Geo-economic Interconnections — The Soviet Legacy and Ethnic Mapping in the Post-Soviet Caucasus and Central Asia — Central Asian Milieu during the 19th-20th Centuries — Women, Traditions and National Identity — Socio-cultural Challenges of Tajikistan in the 20th Century — Labour Migration Process in Post-1991 Central Asia — Socio-cultural Similarities between Chinese Turkestan and Kashmir — The Rise and Decline of Indian Trading Community in Central Asia — Ethno-religious Movement in Xinjiang and Chinese Development Strategy — Christianity under the Mongols in Central Asia — Kazakhstan and India: Partners in Regional Cooperation — Indo-Kazakh Relations in the Historical Perspective — Uzbekistan: The Confident Move along the Chosen Path — People’s Liberation Movements of Kazakhstan and India: A Conceptual Framework — The Present State of Indo-Tajik Relations — India and Central Asia — Central Asian Policy of Mughal India: Diplomacy and Cultural Contacts (1526-1605) — Silk Route and Indo-Kyrgyz Ties: Based on the Chinese and Other Sources
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