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The politics and economics of “retraditionalization” in Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan
This paper analyzes attitudes of women enrolled in secular and religious universities in the capital cities of Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan toward family life and the role of Islam in the private andExpand
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Exit in the Near Abroad : The Russian Minorities in Latvia and Kyrgyzstan
MICHELE E. COMMERCIO is a post-doctoral fellow at the Center for Eurasian, Russian, and East European Studies, Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University. She thanks theExpand
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The “Pugachev rebellion” in the context of post‐Soviet Kazakh nationalization*
Freedom from the Soviet empire created an opportunity for elites of each former Soviet Socialist Republic to “nationalize” their newly independent state. Most observers of contemporary KazakhExpand
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Systems of Partial Control: Ethnic Dynamics in Post-Soviet Estonia and Latvia
This article offers a theory to capture ethnic dynamics in post-Soviet Estonia and Latvia. It also explores a research question of great interest to political scientists, historians, sociologists,Expand
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Russian Minority Politics in Post-Soviet Latvia and Kyrgyzstan: The Transformative Power of Informal Networks
A Note on Transliteration PART I Chapter 1. "What the Hell Kind of 'Non-Native' Am I"? Chapter 2. Informal Networks, Exit, and Voice Chapter 3. Soviet Socialist Legacies and Post-SovietExpand
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Emotion and Blame in Collective Action: Russian Voice in Kyrgyzstan and Latvia
The most obvious macrooutcome of the collapse of the Soviet Union is the end of the ‘Soviet Man.’... Everywhere, nationalism and nationalist conflicts have grown more intense, as Abkhazis, Chechens,Expand
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