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The Elusive Quest for Political Stability: Diverging Approaches by the United States, Russia, and China in Central Asia and Beyond

Alexander A. Cooley

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The Elusive Quest for Political Stability: Diverging Approaches by the United States, Russia, and China in Central Asia and Beyond
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Cooley, Alexander A.
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Political Science
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3 Quarks Daily
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This is part 1 of a 4-essay symposium for the DAG-3QD peace and Justice Symposium. Pavel Baev's response is available at: http://academiccommons.columbia.edu/catalog/ac:175928 David Lewis' response is available at: http://academiccommons.columbia.edu/catalog/ac:175931 Alexander Cooley's response to Baev and Lewis is available at: http://academiccommons.columbia.edu/catalog/ac:175934
http://www.3quarksdaily.com/3quarksdaily/2013/09/the-elusive-quest-for-political-stability-diverging-approaches-by-the-united-states-russia-and-china.html
Abstract:
The seeming growing call to maintain political stability in Central Asia masks fundamental differences in how the United States, Russia and China approach the practices of conflict-resolution, governance and political practice in the region. Stability, and how to achieve it, have different meanings to these external patrons, while securing it remains elusive in this volatile region.
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Political science
Asian studies
International relations
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Alexander A. Cooley, , The Elusive Quest for Political Stability: Diverging Approaches by the United States, Russia, and China in Central Asia and Beyond, Columbia University Academic Commons, .

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