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Globalizing Central Asia : geopolitics and the challenges of economic development

Globalizing Central Asia : geopolitics and the challenges of economic development (4회 대출)

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Laruelle, Marlène. Peyrouse, Sébastien.
서명 / 저자사항
Globalizing Central Asia : geopolitics and the challenges of economic development / Marlène Laruelle and Sebastien Peyrouse.
발행사항
London ;   New York :   Routledge,   2015.  
형태사항
xx, 355 p. ; 23 cm.
ISBN
9780765635051 (pbk. : alk. paper)
일반주기
Originally published : Armonk, N.Y. : M.E.Sharpe, 2013.  
내용주기
Introduction -- "Great games" and "small games" : the strategies and outcomes of external actors -- Russia in Central Asia : old patterns, new challenges -- China : the newcomer that made a difference -- The United States : the too distant, but unavoidable partner -- The European Union : soft power or realpolitik? -- Middle Eastern and Gulf countries seeking a role in Central Asia -- Central Asia looking east : the search for Asian dynamism -- The regional market : economic weaknesses and political blockades -- Facing globalization : strengths and weaknesses of Central Asia's economies -- The weight of the soil : the agriculture sector -- Hydrocarbons : at the core of Central Asia's international strategies -- Mineral wealth : export strategies versus state sovereignty -- A driver of development : the electricity sector -- Overcoming landlockedness : the transport challenge -- A structurally weakened industrial base -- The future of the services sector -- Conclusion -- Bibliography -- Index -- About the authors.
서지주기
Includes bibliographical references (p. 313-331) and index.
일반주제명
Economic development --Asia, Central. Geopolitics --Asia, Central. Globalization --Asia, Central.
주제명(지명)
Asia, Central --Foreign economic relations.
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List of Maps, Figures, and Tables	p. ix
Introduction	p. xiii
Part I	"Great Games" and "Small Games": The Strategies and Outcomes of External Actors	p. 3
1	    Russia in Central Asia: Old Patterns, New Challenges	p. 9
        The Ebb and Flow of Russian Influence in Central Asia	p. 10
        Russia''s Obsession with Security on Its Southern Borders	p. 14
        Russia''s Economic Involvement: Hydrocarbons and Integrated Space	p. 17
        Prospects for Russia''s Long-Term Success in Central Asia	p. 19
2	    China: The Newcomer That Made a Difference	p. 27
        Central Asia on the Chinese Global Radar	p. 27
        Settled Border Disputes, but Contentious Issues Remain	p. 29
        China''s Building of Strategic and Political Legitimacy	p. 32
        Chinese Inroads in Central Asia: Trade and Investments	p. 34
3	    The United States: The Too Distant, but Unavoidable Partner	p. 43
        Shifting US Agendas Toward Central Asia	p. 44
        Security as the Main Driver of US Involvement	p. 47
        Multilateral and Bilateral Strategic Cooperation	p. 50
        The Economic Rationales of US Involvement	p. 52
4	    The European Union: Soft Power or Realpolitik?	p. 58
        A Double Challenge: Elaborating Strategies, Delivering Messages	p. 58
        A Growing Focus on Security Matters	p. 62
        Bureaucratic Complexities and Limited Effectiveness	p. 63
        Fostering European Commitment Through the Economy?	p. 65
        Member States as the Bearers of Europe''s Business Image	p. 68
5	    Middle Eastern and Gulf Countries Seeking a Role in Central Asia	p. 75
        Turkey: From Cultural Strategy to Trade Pragmatism	p. 75
        Iran: A Promising Partnership Hampered by Geopolitical Issues	p. 80
        Alternative Partners: The Gulf Emirates and Israel	p. 86
6	    Central Asia Looking East: The Search for Asian Dynamism	p. 96
        India''s Involvement: Hopes and Disillusionment	p. 96
        Pakistan: Dashed Hope, Political Suspicion	p. 102
        Japan''s Policy in Central Asia: From Idealism to Realism	p. 103
        South Korea: A Discreet but Growing Presence	p. 108
        The Malaysian Model Emulated in Central Asia	p. 110
7	    The Regional Market: Economic Weaknesses and Political Blockades	p. 117
        Preserving CIS Links: Ukraine, Belarus, and Central Asia	p. 117
        A Failed Caspian Unity? Central Asia and the South Caucasus	p. 120
        Growing Connectivity: Central Asian Businesses in Afghanistan	p. 123
        Central Asian Cooperation: Interstate Failure, Bazaar Economies	p. 125
        Uzbek-Kazakh Competition for Regional Leadership	p. 128
Part II	Facing Globalization: Strengths and Weaknesses of Central Asia''s Economies	p. 135
8	    The Weight of the Soil: The Agriculture Sector	p. 143
        Structural Trends in the Agricultural Sector	p. 144
        Cotton or Food Self-Sufficiency: A False Dilemma?	p. 146
        The Mixed Results of Land Reforms	p. 154
        Political and Social Stakes in the Agrarian Sector	p. 156
9	    Hydrocarbons: At the Core of Central Asia''s International Strategies	p. 165
        Reserves and National Companies'' Strategies	p. 166
        Existing Distribution Routes	p. 172
        Energy Geopolitics: Are the Great Powers Dominating the Game?	p. 177
        Hedging Geopolitics? Transformation Industries and New Technologies	p. 183
10	    Mineral Wealth: Export Strategies Versus State Sovereignty	p. 190
        Kazakhstan''s Mineral Eldorado and Its Oligarchs	p. 190
        Rare Earth Metals: Will Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan Compete with China?	p. 195
        Central Asia''s Gold Riches	p. 199
        Uranium: Resources, Extraction, and Transformation Factories	p. 203
        International Partners and Central Asian Uranium: A Shift Toward Asia?	p. 207
11	    A Driver of Development: The Electricity Sector	p. 218
        Wavering Central Asian Cooperation	p. 218
        A Difficult Balance Between Production and Consumption	p. 221
        Management Bodies, Transmission Networks, and Export Strategies	p. 224
        The Challenges of Developing Hydroelectricity	p. 229
        Does Central Asia Have a Geopolitics of Electricity?	p. 234
12	    Landlocked: The Transport Challenge	p. 242
        State of the Road, Rail, and Air Networks	p. 242
        The International Community''s Focus on Transcontinental Transport Corridors	p. 250
        Beyond Geopolitical Grand Narratives: The Reality of Transport	p. 254
13	    A Structurally Weakened Industrial Base	p. 264
        The Soviet Legacy: The Chemical and Pharmaceutical Industries	p. 264
        The Revival of the Military-Industrial Complex	p. 267
        One of the Last Mechanical Industries: The Uzbek Automobile Sector	p. 269
        Is the Potential of the Textile Industry Still Unexploited?	p. 270
        The Construction Market Boom: Changes in Political Architecture and Real Estate	p. 273
        Sectors of the Future: Agribusiness and Distribution	p. 277
14	    The Future of the Services Sector	p. 285
        Building the Banking System from Scratch	p. 286
        Kazakhstan''s Success Story: Central Asia''s Rising Financial Center	p. 289
        A Booming Mobile Telecommunications Market	p. 293
        Kazakhstan and New Technologies	p. 296
        The Potential for Tourism	p. 298
Conclusion	p. 306
Bibliography	p. 313
Index	p. 333
About the Authors	p. 355

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