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Canberra, 21 January 2011.

24 May 2005

Central Asia-Caucasus Analyst


Central Asia-Caucasus Institute, The Johns Hopkins University, Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, Washington, DC, US

Supplied note:
"Central Asia-Caucasus Analyst [a subscription free, bi-weekly Web journal - ed.], May 18, 2005 Issue on Web Note: Two Policy Papers Recently Released: * A 'Greater Central Asia Partnership' for Afghanistan and Its Neighbors, by S. Frederick Starr, March 2005, 38 pp. [...]; * Developing Counter-Narcotics Policy in Central Asia: Legal and Political Dimensions, by Kairat Osmonaliev, January 2005, 104 pp. [...]
The 18 May issue of the Central Asia-Caucasus Institute is now online at [the URL below] The Central Asia-Caucasus Analyst is a bi-weekly publication of the Central Asia-Caucasus Institute, Johns Hopkins University-SAIS.
The CACI Analyst welcomes article submissions. At this moment, we are particularly interested in submissions on economics and finance matters in Central Asia and the Caucasus region, but all inquiries are welcome. Please contact the Editor, Svante Cornell, at scornell@jhu.edu with a short description of your article. [...]

The Analytical Articles include: * Parliamentary Elections in Azerbaijan: A Fairer Game or Same Old Stuff?, by Alman Mir-Ismail [...]; * Kyrgyzstan's "Revolution": Poppies or Tulips? , by Svante Cornell and Niklas Swanstrom [...]; * Bush Visits Georgia to Support 'The Beacon of Liberty', by Khatuna Salukvadze [...]; * Is the Salafi-Jihadist Way Still an Obstacle to Russia in Chechnya?, by Murad Batal al-Shishani [...].
The Field Reports Include: * Kyrgyzstan Hosts Thousands of Uzbek Refugees after Violent Riots in Andijan, by Erica Marat [...]; * Opposition Trying to Gain Solid Ground in Armenia, by Grigor Hakobyan [...]; * Georgia Paints the Town for President Bush, by Kakha Jibladze [...]; * Half-Hearted Anti-Drug Efforts Breed Corruption in Kazakhstan, by Marat Yermukanov. [...] - sec."

The Analyst provides a rigorous, concise and nonpartisan forum where specialists can assess issues and events in the Central Asia-Caucasus region for a broad audience of business people, journalists, policy makers, government officials, diplomats and academics - ed.

Site contents:
Inside CACI; Archives [since 2 Feb 2000]; Major Projects; Forum Summaries, Publications; Fellowships, The Xinjiang Project; Resource Links (Central Asia - Caucasus; Armenia; Azerbaijan; Chechnya/Daghestan; Georgia; Kazakhstan; Kyrgyzstan; Tajikistan; Turkmenistan; Uzbekistan; Xinjiang (China)).


Internet Archive

Link reported by:
Svante E. Cornell (svante.cornell@east.uu.se), forwarded by central-eurasia-l@lists.fas.harvard.edu

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Study/Online Guide

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Please note that the above details were correct on 12 October 2005. To suggest an update, please email the site's editor at tmciolek@ciolek.com