NATO's Partnership with Central Asia: Cooperation à la carte

Simon Smith, Emilian Kavalski

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Abstract

This book focuses on Central Asia's place in world affairs and how international politics of state-building has affected the Asian region, thus filling the gaps in ongoing discussions on the rise of Asia in global governance. It also attempts to generalize and contextualize the “Central Asian experience” and re-evaluate its comparative relevance, by explaining the complex dynamics of Central Asian politics through a detailed analysis of the effects of major international actors — both international organizations as well as current and rising great powers.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe New Central Asia
Subtitle of host publicationThe Regional Impact of International Actors
PublisherWorld Scientific
ISBN (Print)978-981-4287-56-2
StatusPublished - Jan 2010

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global governance
International Politics
great power
NATO
International Organizations
Central Asia
politics
experience

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Smith, S., & Kavalski, E. (2010). NATO's Partnership with Central Asia: Cooperation à la carte. In The New Central Asia: The Regional Impact of International Actors World Scientific.

NATO's Partnership with Central Asia : Cooperation à la carte. / Smith, Simon; Kavalski, Emilian.

The New Central Asia: The Regional Impact of International Actors. World Scientific, 2010.

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Smith, S & Kavalski, E 2010, NATO's Partnership with Central Asia: Cooperation à la carte. in The New Central Asia: The Regional Impact of International Actors. World Scientific.
Smith S, Kavalski E. NATO's Partnership with Central Asia: Cooperation à la carte. In The New Central Asia: The Regional Impact of International Actors. World Scientific. 2010
Smith, Simon ; Kavalski, Emilian. / NATO's Partnership with Central Asia : Cooperation à la carte. The New Central Asia: The Regional Impact of International Actors. World Scientific, 2010.
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