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Neopatrimonialism in Central Asia

  title={Neopatrimonialism in Central Asia},
  author={David Lewis},
Fall/Winter 2012 • volume xix, issue 1 Copyright © 2012 by the Brown Journal of World Affairs David Lewis is Senior Lecturer in the Department of Peace Studies at the University of Bradford, United Kingdom. He has research interests in the areas of security, state-building, political change and conflict, with a particular regional focus on post-Soviet Central Asia. Dr. Lewis previously worked for the Brusselsbased think-tank, the International Crisis Group, in Central Asia and in Sri Lanka… Expand
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