Central Asia and Transcaucasia: Ethnicity and Conflict

Synopsis

The collapse of the Soviet Union and its totalitarian system has resulted in instability and conflict among its many ethnic groups. In this volume, a distinguished group of scholars from the Russian Center for Strategic Research and International Studies examines the ethnic conflicts roiling Central Asia and Transcaucasia today--the roots and dynamics of these conflicts, their possible consequences, and the possibilities for resolution. The analyses are based upon extensive field studies, interviews, local press accounts, and other sources unavailable in the West. The work presents an inside view of the conflicts, describes the forces involved, and provides a prognosis for future developments in the region.

Additional information

Contributors:
Includes content by:
  • Leonid A. Fridman
  • Sergei A. Panarin
  • Alexei V. Malashenko
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • Westport, CT
Publication year:
  • 1994