Failed Transition, Bleak Future? War and Instability in Central Asia and the Caucasus

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3.1 Percentage Annual GDP Growth in the Caucasus, 1993–2000 28
3.2 Percentage Annual GDP Growth in Central Asia, 1993–2000 29
3.3 Average Percentage Annual Agricultural and Industrial Growth in the Caucasus, 1990–98 33
3.4 Average Percentage Annual Agricultural and Industrial Growth in Central Asia, 1990–98 33
3.5 Total Amount of Aid Received by the Caucasian States 35
3.6 Total Amount of Aid Received by the Central Asian States 35
3.7 Exports and Imports of the Caucasian Countries 36
3.8 Exports and Imports of the Central Asian Countries 36
3.9 Growth in Burden of Debt in the Caucasian Countries 37
3.10 Growth in Burden of Debt in the Central Asian Countries 37
3.11 Average Percentage Rate of Inflation in the Caucasus, 1990–98 39
3.12 Average Percentage Rate of Inflation in Central Asia, 1990–98 39

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Contents ix
  • 1 - Introduction 1
  • 2 - General Overview of the Caucasian and the Central Asian Countries at the Time of Independence 7
  • 3 - Overall Situation in the Caucasus and Central Asia a Decade After Independence 25
  • 4 - Rise of Authoritarianism 59
  • 5 - Worrisome Trends 87
  • 6 - Conclusion 131
  • Bibliography 145
  • Index 153
  • About the Author 164
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