The Central Asian States: Discovering Independence

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Index
Abdullajanov, Abdumalik, 108(photo), 109
Afghanistan, 149
Afghan war, 24(n26), 102-103, 130, 171
Agip, 90, 141
Agrarian societies, 5-7, 22(n9), 26-27, 32, 37
Agriculture, 155-164
1992 growing season, 158-159
cotton industry, 62, 65, 102, 156-159, 163
crop diversification, 163
and environmental problems, 19, 155, 163-164
in Kazakstan, 52-54
in Kyrgyzstan, 94-95, 97
and land reform, 91, 96-97, 101-102, 112-113, 159-160
Soviet policies, 19, 52-54, 156-158
in Tojikiston, 62, 102
in Turkmenistan, 65
in Uzbekiston, 6-7, 126, 157-158, 163
and women, 158
See also Irrigation
Agzybirlik, 117
Airlines, 116, 148
Aitmatov, Chingiz, 59, 78(n18)
Akaev, Askar
1990 elections, 60, 84
1995 elections, 178-179
background of, 95
on collapse of USSR, 2
on Fergana Valley riots, 60
government of, 94-100
on land reform, 159
response to Soviet coup, 75, 94
on ties to Russia, 139
on Turkic unity, 174-175
Aketai, Sabitkazi, 89
Akim, 87
Alash Orda, 53, 89
Alexander the Great, 27-28
Alimzhanov, Anuar, 89
All-Union Islamic Party of Renewal, 173
Alma-Ata (Almaty), 90
Alma-Ata Declaration, 1, 76-77, 82, 111
Amanbaev, Aman, 98
Amanbaev, Dzhumgalbek, 60-61
Amnesty International, 176
Amoco, 145
Amu River, 19, 27, 28, 30, 46(n2), 65, 161
Andijan rebellion, 58
Arabic, 29-30
Arab influences on Central Asia, 29-30
Aral Sea, 19, 69, 153, 155, 161-162
Asaba, 98
Ashgabat, 64, 66, 171-172
Asian Development Bank, 152
Aul organization, 53
Authoritarianism, 37-38, 99-100, 175-177
Avicenna. See Ibn Sina, Abu Ali
Azat, 89
Azerbaijan language, 43
Azim, Uzman, 124
Az i Ya (Suleimenov), 56
Baker, James, III, 123, 151-152
Bazaars, 168
Belarus, 76, 82

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Table of contents

  • Title Page v
  • Contents vii
  • Contents ix
  • Preface xi
  • A Note on Languages In Central Asia xiii
  • One - New States and Ancient Societies 1
  • Notes 21
  • Two - Legacies of Central Asia 25
  • Notes 46
  • Three - The Soviet Socialist Republics of Central Asia 48
  • Notes 77
  • Four - Central Asian States Emergent 82
  • Notes 132
  • Five - Central Asia and the World 136
  • Notes 164
  • Six - Transition in Asia 168
  • Notes 184
  • Chronology of Events In Modern Central Asia: November 1917- December 1995 187
  • Sources on Central Asian Politics, Economics, And Society 205
  • About the Book and Author 211
  • Index 212
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