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Offshore Central Asia

Editors:
Heathershaw, John
Cooley, Alexander

ISBN:
978 1 138 04575 0
Format:
Hardback
Pages:
136
List price(s):
149.95 USD
115.00 GBP

Publication date:
30 November 2017

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John Heathershaw is a Senior Lecturer at the Centre of Advanced International Studies, University of Exeter, UK. Alexander Cooley is based at Barnard College, Columbia University, USA.

Table of contents: 

1. Offshore Central Asia: an introduction John Heathershaw and Alexander Cooley 2. Blurring the line between licit and illicit: transnational corruption networks in Central Asia and beyond Alexander Cooley and J.C. Sharman 3. Offshore gas intermediary companies in Eurasia Stacy Closson and Charles Dainoff 4. Global money laundering and its domestic political consequences in Kyrgyzstan Erica Marat 5. Regime security, base politics and rent-seeking: the local and global political economies of the American air base in Kyrgyzstan, 2001-2010 Kemel Toktomushev 6. Gaming the state: consequences of contracting out state building in Afghanistan Jennifer Murtazashvili 7. State as resource, mediator and performer: understanding the local and global politics of gold mining in Kyrgyzstan Asel Doolot and John Heathershaw 8. Global Astana: nation branding as a legitimization tool for authoritarian regimes Adrien Fauve

Biography: 

John Heathershaw is a Senior Lecturer at the Centre of Advanced International Studies, University of Exeter, UK. Alexander Cooley is based at Barnard College, Columbia University, USA.

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