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Central Asia has become the battleground for the major struggles of the 21st century: radical Islam versus secularism, authoritarianism versus identity politics, Eastern versus Western control of resources, and the American 'War on Terror'.
The destiny of Tajikistan is intimately connected with that of Central Asia, and this thorough and penetrating book is essential reading for anyone seeking to make sense of this complex and important region. Tauris & Co Ltd Series: International Library of Central Asian Studies Hardback ISBN: 9781845112936Publication Date: Number of Pages: 272Height: 216Width: 134Illustrations: 2 maps Central Asia has become the battleground for the major struggles of the 21st century: radical Islam versus secularism, authoritarianism versus identity politics, Eastern versus Western control of resources, and the American 'War on Terror'.
Lena Jonson is Associate Professor in Political Science and a Senior Research Fellow at the Swedish Institute of International Affairs. Nowhere are these conflicts more starkly illustrated than in the case of Tajikistan.
Turkish Translation to or from English, German, French, Arabic, Russian. Mail comments and suggestions to Translators webmaster Directory of professional translators, interpreters and translation agencies.There were ground-building burial vaults - nauses with ossuary graves, also known as burial in the hum, the graves in the city cemetery.In 722 the town was captured and burned by the Arabs.Poetry was the favorite medium of expression, while prose was limited primarily to short tales for amusement, didactic works, and an occasional treatise on social or political questions.Tajik writers worked under adverse intellectual conditions that had been imposed by the despotic rulers of Bukhara and reinforced by a conservative Muslim clergy (Hodizoda, I, pp. Undercurrents of change were, nonetheless, evident in the two decades before the Russian revolutions of February and October 1917.
She has worked at the Royal Institute of International Affairs, London and as Political Officer at the OSCE mission to Tajikistan. Embedded in the oil-rich Central Asian region, and bordering war-torn Afghanistan, Tajikistan occupies a geo-strategically pivotal position.