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Yıl 2019, Cilt: 1 Sayı: 1, 51 - 65, 15.01.2019

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REGIONAL SECURITY IN CENTRAL ASIA: ADDRESSING EXISTING AND POTENTIAL THREATS AND CHALLENGES

Yıl 2019, Cilt: 1 Sayı: 1, 51 - 65, 15.01.2019

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After the collapse of the Soviet Union, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan confronted a number of serious internal and external security threats and challenges of political, military, economic, ethnic, religious and social nature, some of which have materialized or expired during the subsequent 27 years, while others still persist or are looming on the horizon. In this analytical article, the author reviews the main perceived regional security threats and challenges in Central Asia that can be categorized in several ways, but whatever classification is used it is important to understand that they are interrelated and influence each other. As many existing security threats have a transnational nature, the Central Asian states need to pool together their limited resources to effectively address them. 

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  • Azami, Dawood (2016). “Why are the Taliban Resurgent in Afghanistan?” BBC. (Accessed: 29.12.2018). Bandey, Aijaz and Farooq Ahmad Rather (2013). “Socio-Economic and Political Motivations of Russian Out-Migration from Central Asia”. Journal of Eurasian Studies 4(2): 146-153. Botobekov, Uran (2016). “Is Central Asia Ready to Face ISIS?” The Diplomat. (Accessed: 29.12.2018). Burkhanov, Aziz (2017). “Kazakhstan Leads Discussion of Afghanistan and Central Asia at UNSC, Secure Statement”. Cornell International Law Journal 50(1): 1-14. Cooley, Alexander (2012). “The New Great Game in Central Asia”. Foreign Affairs. (Accessed: 30.12.2018). Diener, Alexander (2015). “Assessing potential Russian irredentism and separatism in Kazakhstan’s northern oblasts”. Eurasian Geography and Economics 56(5): 1-24. Encyclopaedia Britannica (2018). “Central Asia”. (Accessed: 29.12.2018). Freni, Salvatore (2013). “The Soviet Nationality Policy in Central Asia”. Inquires, 5(3): (Accessed: 30.12.2018). Fuller, Graham and Frederick Starr (2018). “The Xinjiang Problem”. Central Asia-Caucasus Institute and Silk Road Studies Program. (Accessed: 30.12.2018). GlobalSecurity.org (2011). “CENTRASBAT”. (Accessed: 30.12.2018). Humphrey, Paula and Margarita Sevcik (2009). “Uranium Tailings in Central Asia: The Case of the Kyrgyz Republic”. Nuclear Threat Initiative. (Accessed: 30.12.2018). INSS (Institute for National Strategic Studies) (2018). “The Return of Foreign Fighters to Central Asia: Implications for U.S. Counterterrorism Policy”. National Defense University Press. (Accessed: 29.12.2018). Karin, Erlan (2017). “Central Asia: Facing Radical Islam”. French Institute of International Relations. (Accessed: 29.12.2018). Laruelle, Marlene (2008). “Russia’s Central Asia Policy Russia’s Central Asia Policy and the Role of Russian Nationalism”. Central Asia-Caucasus Instituteand Silk Road Studies Program. (Accessed: 30.12.2018). Laruelle, Marlene and Sebastien Peyrouse (2012). “Regional Organisations in Central Asia: Patterns of Interaction, Dilemmas of Efficiency”. University of Central Asia. (Accessed: 30.12.2018). Laruelle, Marlene, ed. (2017). The Central Asia–Afghanistan Relationship: from Soviet Intervention to the Silk Road Initiatives. Lanham: Lexington Books.

Ayrıntılar

Birincil Dil İngilizce
Konular Bölgesel Çalışmalar
Bölüm Araştırma Makaleleri
Yazarlar

Dauren ABEN Bu kişi benim

Yayımlanma Tarihi 15 Ocak 2019
Yayımlandığı Sayı Yıl 2019 Cilt: 1 Sayı: 1

Kaynak Göster

APA ABEN, D. (2019). REGIONAL SECURITY IN CENTRAL ASIA: ADDRESSING EXISTING AND POTENTIAL THREATS AND CHALLENGES. Eurasian Research Journal, 1(1), 51-65.