Oil and Geopolitics in the Caspian Sea Region

By Michael P. Croissant; Bülent Aras | Go to book overview

About the Editors and Contributors

MICHAEL P.CROISSANT has an M.A.degree from the Department of Central Eurasian Studies at Indiana University and an M.S.degree from the Department of Defense and Strategic Studies at Southwest Missouri State University. He is the author of several articles on regional security problems in the Caspian region in Comparative Strategy, Strategic Review, Washington Quarterly, Jane's Intelligence Review, Caucasian Regional Studies, and other journals. He is also author of The Armenia-Azerbaijan Conflict: Causes and Implications.

BÜLENT ARAS is an assistant professor of international relations at Fatih University in Istanbul, Turkey and a research fellow in the Turkish Academy of Sciences. He has published widely on Turkish foreign policy issues in Journal of South Asian and the Middle Eastern Studies, Middle East Policy, Eurasian Studies, Middle East Review of International Affairs, Middle East Quarterly, Jane's Intelligence Review, and RIES Reports. He is author of Palestinian-Israeli Peace Process and Turkey.

VLADIMIR BABAK is a researcher at the Cummings Center for Russian and East European Studies of Tel Aviv University. He served for several years as a senior researcher in the Moscow Institute of International Relations. He is author of several works on problems of post-Soviet integration, ecology, and security in Central Asia.

STEPHEN J.BLANK is the Douglas MacArthur Professor of Research at the Strategic Studies Institute of the U.S. Army War College. His M.A. and Ph.D. are in Russian History from the University of Chicago. He has published more than 130 articles on Soviet/Russian, European, and Asian military and foreign policies. He is co-editor of Imperial Decline: Russia's Changing Role in Asia and The Soviet

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