Regional Power Rivalries in the New Eurasia: Russia, Turkey, and Iran

By Alvin Z. Rubinstein; Oles M. Smolansky | Go to book overview

About the Editors and Contributors

Alvin Z. Rubinstein is professor of political science at the University of Pennsylvania, and senior fellow of the Foreign Policy Research Institute. His published works include Soviet Foreign Policy since World War II ( 4th ed., 1992), Red Star on the Nile and Soviet Policy toward Turkey, Iran, and Afghanistan. His book Moscow's Third World Strategy was awarded the Marshall Shulman Prize of the American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies.

Oles M. Smolansky, university professor of international relations at Lehigh University, is a native of Ukraine. His published works include The Soviet Union and the Arab East under Khrushchev, The USSR and Iraq: The Soviet Quest for Influence, and numerous book chapters and articles in professional journals. His book The USSR and Iraq was awarded the Marshall Shulman Prize of the American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies.

Henri J. Barkey is associate professor of international relations at Lehigh University. His published works include The State and the Industrialization Crisis in Turkey, an edited volume, The Politics of Economic Reform in the Middle East, as well as articles in "Survival, Comparative Political Studies", and Orient.

Patricia M. Carley is program officer for the former Soviet Union and Turkey at the United States Institute of Peace, where she also works on broader issues such as the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) and Western relations with the Islamic world. Her dissertation work at the London School of Economics focused on Turkic and Islamic identity in Soviet Central Asia and Turkey. Before joining USIP, Patricia Carley was a staff adviser at the Commission on Security and

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • About the Editors And Contributors vii
  • Preface ix
  • Note xii
  • Part I- Old Rivals, New Relationships 1
  • 1: The Russian Federation and Turkey 3
  • 2: Moscow and Tehran The Wary Accommodation 26
  • Part II- Cis and Iran 63
  • 3: Ukraine and Iran 65
  • 4: Azerbaijan and Iran 93
  • 5: Iran and Tajikistan 112
  • Part III- The Turkish Factor 145
  • 6: Iran and Turkey Confrontation Across An Ideological Divide 147
  • 7: Turkey and Central Asia Reality Comes Calling 169
  • Part IV A Russian "Monroe Doctrine" In the Making? 199
  • 8: Russia and Transcaucasia The Case of Nagorno-Karabakh 201
  • 9: Russia and Tajikistan 231
  • 10: The Asian Interior The Geopolitical Pull on Russia 252
  • Conclusion 271
  • Index 279
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