Central Asia: Aspects of Transition

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INDEX

a
Abdrakhmanov, Yusup 54
Abduvakhitov, Abdujabar 228
Abdykalykov, Mukhomedzhan 136
Abramzon, S. M. 107
Achylova, Rakhat 121 , 125
Adil, Mir 34 , 42
Afghanistan:
relationship with Uzbekistan 191-3 ;
Soviet Union’s military campaign in 24-5 , 29n;
water 255
agriculture:
amlak61-3 ;
Bolshevik land and water policy 68-73 ;
irrigation, cotton 67 , 150 , 151-2 ;
Kyrgyzstan 250 ;
land and water reform in 1920s 57-75 ;
legislation (1920s) 70-3 ;
mulk60-1 , 62-3 ;
pre-Tsarist land tenure 58-63 ;
Russian immigration 64-6 ;
sharecropping 74 ;
transformation under Soviet Union 2-3 ;
Tsarist land reform 63-8 ;
Turkmenistan 250-1 ;
waqf63 ;
water 64 , 255 ,
see also cotton;
land tenure;
water
Ahmed Midhat 88
Aitmatov, Chingis 114
Akaev, Askar 113 , 114 , 120 ;
impact of ethnic minorities 123 , 124-5 ;
Islam 122 ;
language 118 ;
Manas 117 ;
nation building 126 , 127 ;
tribal network 125
Akmola, made capital of Kazakhstan 188 , 201n
Al-Afghani, Jamal ud Din 32
Al-Banna, Hasan 230
Algeria 235
Ali Suvai 88
All-Russia TsIK law (1918) 71
Allan, J. A. 245 , 246 , 259
Alma Ata 147
Aminova, R. 57-8 , 64 ;
land reform 70 , 71 , 74
amlak61-3
Amu Darya, water 255
Andijan uprising (1898) 5
Andijan uyezd45
Aral Sea 169-70 , 172 , 173-4 , 178n, 244 , 246 , 248 ;
causes of crisis 252-3 ;
current situation 253-4 ;
water flow 255 ,
see also agriculture;
cotton
Asaba Party of National Revival 120
Asfandiyar, Kazakh Sanjar 36
Ashanov, Bahadur 197-8
Atatürk, Mustapha Kemal 88 ,
see also Mustafa Kemal
authoritarian rule, and Islam 239
autonomy, republican autonomy 159-60
Ayubi, Nazih 232

b
Bacon, E. 71
Bailey, F. M. 26n
Bakenov, Suniat 68
Basmachi revolt 2 , 5-23 , 25n, 41 , 70 , 72 , 92 , 98 , 225
Bauman, P. 250
Baumann, Robert F. 24
Beeston, Richard 201n
Begjan, Muqim ud Din 33
Behbudi, Mahmud Hoja 32 , 34 , 35 , 40
Behbudiy, Mahmud Khoja 6-7
Bekmakhanov, E. B. 141 , 143
Bennigsen, Alexandre 90
Bergne, Paul 30-43
Berkes, Niyazi 89
Bierschenk, T. 212
Bolsheviks:
and Basmachi revolt 6-20 ;
and Kokand autonomy 30-42 ;
land and water policy 68-73
boundaries 1 , 2 , 3 , 48-9 ;
border delimitation between Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan 49-56 ;
and native élites

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgements ix
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - Turkfront 5
  • 2 - The Kokand Autonomy, 1917-18 30
  • Notes 44
  • 3 - Ethno-Territorial Claims in the Ferghana Valley During the Process of National Delimitation, 1924-7 45
  • 4 - Land and Water ‘reform’ in the 1920s 57
  • 5 - Nation Building in Turkey and Uzbekistan 80
  • 6 - Nation Building and Identity in the Kyrgyz Republic 106
  • 7 - The Use of History 132
  • 8 - Soviet Development in Central Asia 146
  • 9 - Environmental Issues in Central Asia 167
  • 11 - The Uzbek Mahalla 205
  • Notes 217
  • 12 - ‘Fundamentalism’ in Central Asia 219
  • Notes 240
  • 13 - Water 244
  • Bibliography 264
  • Index 283
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