Rossiya i Vostok: problemy vzaimodeistviya (Russia and Orient: the Problems of Interaction). Volgograd: Volgograd State University Press, 2003. Ц 326 p. ISBN 5-85534-797-4
This collection of articles contains the papers prepared for the international conference of the same name which was held in Volgograd in November of 2002. It was organized by the Department of CIS at the Institute of Oriental Studies (Russian Academy of Sciences) and the Center for Regional and Transboundary Studies of Volgograd State University. The conference was supported by George Soros Foundation and Friedrich Naumann Stieftung.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
FOREWORD (pp. 3-4)
CHAPTER I. HISTORICAL ASPECTS OF MUTUAL RELATIONS
Vadim Astashin (Volgograd State University). The УEastern IssueФ in Foreign and Russian Historiography. ¬осточный вопрос в зарубежной и отечественной историографии (pp. 7-14).
Elena Kussayinova (Uriupinsk Branch of Volgograd State University). The Role of the Cossacks in RussiaТs Eastern Policy in XVI ЦXVII Centuries (pp. 15-22).
Alexander Loginov (Volgograd State University). The УTurkic StreamФ in Traditional Clothing of Don Cossacks in XVI-XVIII Centuries. (pp. 23-30).
Alexander Ryabtsev (Astrakhan State University). The Role of Iran in Geopolitical Plans of Russia in XVIII Century. (pp. 30-42).
Ivan Kurilla (Volgograd State University). United States and RussiaТs Eastern Policy in the Middle of XIX Century (pp. 43-57).
Larissa Chereshneva (Lipetsk State Pedagogical University). Criticism of the Bipolar World Idea: International Asian Conference in Delhi in 1947 (pp. 58-65).
Zauresh Saktaganova (Karaganda State University, Kazakhstan). On the Question about the Role of Kazakhstan in the All-Union Integration in the First Decade after World War II (pp. 66-79).
CHAPTER II. REALITIES AND STEREOTYPES OF ETHNO-CULTURAL INTERACTION
Andrey Kussainov (Uriupinsk Branch of Volgograd State University). Historical Process in the Light of Ethnocentrism (pp. 81-87).
Sergey Arkhipov (North Ossetian State University). Information Picture of the World in Russia and the East: Comparative Analysis (pp. 88-100).
Igor Kazanin (Volgograd State University). The Orient in Perception of the Russian Intelligentsia (pp. 101-110).
Victor Dyatlov (Irkutsk State University). УYellow PerilФ: Transformation of the Phobia (pp. 116-123).
Natalia Gronskaya (Nizhny Novgorod State Linguistic University). Socio-linguistic Situation in Eastern Regions of Russian Federation: Asymmetries and Differences (pp. 124-132).
Vladimir Bobrovnikov (Institute of Oriental Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences). The Myth about the Caucasian War and Orientalism in the Northern Caucasus (pp. 133-144).
Marina Ryblova (Volgograd State University). УWild SteppeФ: the Culture of Frontier Today and in Ethnographic Retrospective (pp. 145-153)
CHAPTER III. THE PROBLEMS OF IDENTITY AND ETHNIC MIGRATION
Victor Victorin (Astrakhan State Pedagogical University). Ethno-confessional Specific Groups within the Ethnic Structure at the EurasiaТs Frontiers (pp. 155-165)
Elvira Mamytova (Kyrgyz State National University, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan). Ethno-confessional and Tribal Aspects of Conflicts in Central Asia (pp. 166-178)
Olga Brussina (Institute of Ethnology and Anthropology, Russian Academy of Sciences). УDouble CitizenshipФ in Central Asia in the Post Ц Soviet Period: Legal Basis and Non-official Practice (pp. 179-193)
Vladimir Boyko (Barnaul State Pedagogical University). Eastern Diasporas of the Russian-Asian Borders (Altai Region): Social and Geopolitical Aspects (pp. 202-210)
Grigory Pyadukhov (Penza State Architectural Academy). Ethnic groups of External Migrants: the Tendencies of Inflow to Saratov, Penza Region and Mordovian Republic (pp. 211-226)
CHAPTER IV. INTERNATIONAL LINKS, REGIONAL SECURITY, TRANSBOUNDARY INTERACTION
Oleg Reut (Petrozavodsk State University). About the Leadership in (of) Globalization (pp. 227-236).
Grigory Kossach. (Institute of Asian And African Studies at Moscow State University). Russia and the Arabian World: Realities of Interaction (pp. 237-247)
Leonid Vardomsky (Institute of International Economic and Political Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences). The Problems and Prospects of Euro-Asian Economic Community (pp. 248-263)
Sergei Panarin (Institute of Oriental Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences). Russia and Central Asia: before and after September 11 (pp. 264-282)
Sergei Abashin (Institute of Ethnology and Anthropology, Russian Academy of Sciences). Islam in Central Asia: Local Conflicts and Global Threats (pp. 282-295).
Svetlana Kozhirova (Eurasian National University, Astana, Kazakhstan). Border Aspect of Russian-Kazakhstanian Relations (pp. 296-302).
Sergei Golunov (Volgograd State University). The Caucasian Border of Russia: Issues of Security and International Cooperation (pp. 303-319).
Due to the support of Soros Foundation the book is itself of no cost. Unfortunately, we are not able to cover postal expenses.
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