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T h e final three chapters o f the b o o k are devoted to the collapse o f the Russian Empire, the O c t o b e r R e v o l u t i o n and the brief history o f the People's Republic o f Bukhara. Introducing this section. was crucial for the "backward" regions o f the Russian e m p i r e - a n d primary for the m o s t b a c k w a r d o f all, Bukhara.
The Muslim republics of Soviet Central Asia have long had specific regional economic . Soviet Central Asia: "A Tragic Experiment.
Rumer describes them briefly with the pertinent statistics and backup. Perestroika, unfortunately, does not hold much promise.
Soviet Central Asia: A Tragic Experiment. Boston: Unwin Hyman, 1989. William Fierman (a1). University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
Book by Rumer, Boris . . The societies of Central Asia are besieged from within and without.
18468/?tag prabook0b-20. Soviet Central Asia: A Tragic Experiment. The political elites - virtually unchanged despite the transition to independent statehood - battle radical Islamic movements and other oppositional threats that are continuously fueled by economic instability, corruption, environmental deterioration, and the collapse of social services.
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Central Asian scholar and. Boris Rumer maintains that clan and tribal conscious- strictly speaking, does not be.A majority of the national cadres Boris Z. Rumer, Soviet Central Asia: A Tragic Experiment. Boris Rumer maintains that clan and tribal conscious- strictly speaking, does not be-. ness. long to Central Asia; it claims to be a Euroasian state that is a. bridge between East and West. the Soviet era. remain loyal to their clan and tribe. Boston: Unwin Hyman, 1989), p. 14.
W. Fierman, "The Soviet 'transformation' of Central Asia", in: W. Fierman, e. Soviet Central Asia, Westview Press, Boulder . Soviet Central Asia, Westview Press, Boulder, CO, 1991. a b c A Country Study: Tajikistan, Tajikistan under Russian Rule, Library of Congress Call Number DK851. gov/cgi-bin/query/r?frd/cstdy:d%28DOCID+tj0013%29. Boris Rumer, Soviet Central Asia: A Tragic Experiment, Unwin Hyman, London, 1989, p. 126. ^ Statistical Yearbook of the USSR 1990, Goskomstat, Moscow, 1991, p. 115 (in Russian). Statistical Yearbook of the USSR 1990, Goskomstat, Moscow, 1991, p. 210 (in Russian).
Rumer, B. Z. Schwarz, S. The Jews in the Soviet Union. Bloomington, In. 1985
Rumer, B. von Rauch, G. The Baltic States: The Years of Independence: Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, 1917-1940. Translated by G. Onn. Berkeley, 1974. G. Religion, Education, and Culture. 1985. Groys, B. The Total Art of Stalinism: Avant-garde, Aesthetic Dictatorship, and Beyond. Translated by Charles Rougle. Hansson, C, and K. Linden.
Author: Boris Z. Rumer
Category: Business and Money
Publisher: Unwin Hyman; 1st edition (May 1, 1989)
Pages: 240 pages
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