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Authors: Mariya Pak and Kai Wegerich

implementation, and outcomes for small- and medium-sized reservoirs in the Ferghana Valley of Central Asia. While there has been a regional and international focus on large reservoirs in Central Asia, smaller transboundary reservoirs within the Ferghana Valley have been overlooked. Shared by Kyrgyzstan

In: Central Asian Affairs
Authors: Max Spoor and Anatoly Krutov

newly independent states, both upstream and downstream, is a potential source of interstate and even interethnic conflict. The latter could occur in the densely populated Ferghana Valley, where various countries such as Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan share common borders. Introduction During the

In: Central Eurasia in Global Politics
Authors: Anatoly Krutov and Max Spoor

competing newly independent states, both upstream and downstream, is a potential source of interstate and even interethnic con ict. The latter could occur in the densely populated Ferghana Valley, where various countries such as Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan share common borders. Introduction

In: Perspectives on Global Development and Technology
Author: Katja Mielke

thesis at Cambridge (2008). Based on long-term fieldwork carried out in the mid 2000s and complemented by insights from recurrent visits between 2008 and 2010, the observations bear witness of important spatial transformations in Central Asia’s Ferghana Valley in the context of increasing nationalism and

In: Inner Asia

? Migration in the Kyrgyz Republic  171 Paul Fryer, Emil Nasritdinov and Elmira Satybaldieva The Politics of the Taliban’s Shadow Judiciary, 2003 –2013 199 Antonio Giustozzi and Adam Baczko Competition and Benefit Sharing in the Ferghana Valley: Soviet Negotiations on

In: Central Asian Affairs

Construction of Religion in Kyrgyzstan by Julie McBrien—a case study based on the example of the town of Bazaar-Korgon in the Ferghana Valley—gives us an anthropological insight into what this post-Soviet Islam is and how it is constructed and interpreted by the members of the local population. It fills one

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In: Journal of Religion in Europe

. Emancipators or Enablers: The Consequences of United States’ Engagement This analysis looks at the isolated Ferghana Valley in Central Asia. It analyzes American foreign policy in three of the five Central Asian states: Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, and Kyrgyzstan. It shows how the supposed support of

In: Global Community

he carried out under the supervision of Prof. olivier roy. his research explores the minority question in post-soviet Central asia, focus- ing on political mobilization and ethnic violence in the Ferghana valley. he has published various articles and book chapters on this topic and teaches

In: Migration and Social Upheaval as the Face of Globalization in Central Asia
Author: Kerstin Klenke

the book is a “chronicle of a death foretold.” Dedicated to “Chek, Osh, and other extraordinary places along the Kyrgyzstan-Uzbekistan Ferghana Valley boundary that no longer exist” (p. v), the opening pages leave no doubt about the fate of the two settlements that are at the heart of Nationalism in

In: Central Asian Affairs
Author: Thierry Zarcone

), originally from the Ferghana Valley in Western Turkestan. Igärchi Ishan and especially his son Taykhan became very famous in the city, and their khaniqa acquired many disciples among the Kashgaris. Moreover, their names were quoted in the local and Central Asian press, and even by foreign travelers. This

In: Kashgar Revisited: Uyghur Studies in Memory of Ambassador Gunnar Jarring