Democracy and Pluralism in Muslim Eurasia

Synopsis

The Muslim states in Russia find themselves caught between two complex legacies: on the one hand, that of the Russian and Soviet periods and on the other, that of the period prior to the Russian conquest. This book explores the interaction and contradictions in an effort to formulate new identities.

Additional information

Contributors:
Includes content by:
  • Yaacov Ro'I
  • Zhanylzhan Dzhunusova
  • Moshe Gammer
  • Azade-Ayse Rorlich
  • Dov Yaroshevski
  • Yaacov Ro'I
  • Zhanylzhan Dzhunusova
  • Moshe Gammer
  • Azade-Ayse Rorlich
  • Dov Yaroshevski
  • Richard Pomfret
  • Neil J. Melvin
  • Vladimir Babak
  • PÅl KolstØ
  • Leonid Levitin
  • Vladimir Khanin
  • Vladimir Mesamed
  • Saodat Olimova
  • Farda Asadov
  • Rafik Mukhametshin
  • Ildus G. Ilishev
  • Enver Kisriev
  • Svante E. Cornell
  • Alexei Kudriavtsev
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • New York
Publication year:
  • 2004