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AUTONOMY AND ENERGY SECURITY IN CENTRAL ASIA: RISKS AND IMPLICATIONS OF POLITICAL SEPRTATISIM IN GORNO-BADAKHSHAN, AND CONTRIBUTING AFGHAN FACTORS
(Johns Hopkins University, 2019-01-17)
This study aims to determine the degree to which political separatism in Gorno-Badakhshan threatens energy security in Central Asia. To answer this question, the study employs a modified ICRG method of measuring political ...
WRESTLING WITH THE CENTRAL STATE: COMPARATIVE ETHNIC REGIONAL AUTONOMY IN CHINA AND RUSSIA
(Johns Hopkins University, 2018-06-26)
This dissertation compares ethnically-based identity politics in two constitutionally-defined multi-ethnic states, China and Russia, by focusing upon one type of prescriptive institution, territorially-based formal autonomy ...