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Naumkin (Vitaly) ed. State, Religion and Society in Central Asia Post-Soviet Critique. In: Archives de sciences sociales des religions, n°96, 1996.
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This original study by distinguished scholar Vitaly V. Naumkin offers an. Naumkin offers an authoritative analysis of the key militant Islamic organizations in Central Asia. The book also explores the history of political Islam in Central Asia and explains the concurrent roots of Islamic militancy from the early disputes between Salafis and traditionalists, through the period of Islamic revival in the late 1980s when radical groups first emerged, and up to their growing strength today
Naumkin's conclusion that repressive policies of the authorities have been counterproductive remains convincing. His book serves as a reminder that the best way to counter Islamic militancy is principled support for the rule of law and democratic freedoms. Alisher Khamidov Central Asian Survey)
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Traditional Society and Regionalism in Soviet Tajikistan
Traditional Society and Regionalism in Soviet Tajikistan. The Family and Traditional Patriarchy. 16 N. N. Ershov, N. A. Kisliakov, E. M. Peshchereva and S. P. Rusiaikina, Kultura i byt tadzhikskogo kolkhoznogo krestianstva (Moscow and Leningrad: Izdatelstvo AN SSSR, 1954), p. 62; Valentin I. Bushkov, ‘The Population of Northern Tajikistan between 1870 and 1990’, in State, Religion and Society in Central Asia: A Post-Soviet Critique, ed. Vitaly Naumkin (Reading, UK: Ithaca Press, 1993), pp. 227–8. 17 Gillian Tett, Ambiguous Alliances: Marriage and Identity in a Muslim Village in Soviet Tajikistan (PhD Thesis: University of Cambridge, 1996), pp. 67, 69–71.
in Vitaly Naumkin (e., State, Religion and Society in Central Asia: a Post-Soviet Critique, Ithaca Press, 1993. Collins, Kathleen ‘Clans, Pacts and Politics in Central Asia’, Journal of Democracy, vol. 13, no. 2, (2002), pp. 137 – 52. Collins, Kathleen, ‘Tajikistan: Bad Peace Agreements and Prolonged Civil Conflict’ in.
Central Asia has long been one of the key fronts in America’s ideological battle and information war against Russia.