Международные отношения в Центральной Азии: сравнение советской и постсоветской эпох


https://doi.org/10.24411/2221-3279-2021-10040

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   Особое географическое положение Центральной Азии позволяло ей играть особую роль в отношениях между народами Евразии в средние века в качестве моста между Китаем и Европой. Во время российского, а затем и советского контроля Средней Азии республики региона не обладали независимостью в осуществлении иностранных дел. Распад Советского Союза в 1991 году позволил странам региона играть новую, важную геополитическую, экономическую и культурную роль в мире. Они возродились как независимые игроки в глобальной межгосударственной системе и смогли играть значительную роль в международных делах в течение последних трех десятилетий. Статья направлена на анализ положения регионов Центральной Азии в советское и постсоветское время. В ней исследуется, каким образом Центральная Азия как «закрытый» регион в советский период изменила свое геополитическое положение и стала влиятельным игроком в международных делах. Кроме того, в статье рассматриваются факторы, которые имели ключевое значение в глобализации Центральной Азии.


Об авторе

Энайятолах Яздани
Университет Сунь Ятсена
Китай

PhD, доцент

кафедра международных отношений

кампус Чжухай



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Для цитирования: Яздани Э. Международные отношения в Центральной Азии: сравнение советской и постсоветской эпох. Сравнительная политика. 2021;12(4):56-67. https://doi.org/10.24411/2221-3279-2021-10040

For citation: Yazdani E. Foreign relations in Central Asia: a comparison between the soviet and post-soviet era. Comparative Politics Russia. 2021;12(4):56-67. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.24411/2221-3279-2021-10040

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