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Title Thinking strategically : the major powers, Kazakhstan, and the central Asian nexus / edited by Robert Legvold.

Published Cambridge : American Academy of Arts and Sciences : MIT Press, [2003]
©2003

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 UniM Store  327.0958 THIN MF29    AVAILABLE
Physical description xii, 243 pages ; 23 cm.
Series American Academy studies in global security.
American Academy studies in global security.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index (pages 237-243).
Contents Introduction -- Ch. 1 Russian policy toward Kazakhstan -- Ch. 2 U.S. policy toward Kazakhstan -- Ch. 3 China's foreign policy toward Kazakhstan -- Ch. 4 European strategy toward Kazakhstan -- Ch. 5 Japanese policies in relation to Kazakhstan: is there a "strategy"? -- Ch. 6 Great Power policies and interests in Kazakhstan -- Conclusion.
Summary The first volume in a series focusing on security challenges posed by the former Soviet Union, addresses the economic, political, and security interests at stake in Kazakhstan for Russia, the US, China, Europe, and Japan.
Other author Legvold, Robert.
Subject Kazakhstan -- Foreign relations -- China.
Kazakhstan -- Foreign relations -- United States.
China -- Foreign relations -- Kazakhstan.
Kazakhstan -- Foreign relations -- Russia (Federation)
Russia (Federation) -- Foreign relations -- Kazakhstan.
Japan -- Foreign relations -- Kazakhstan.
Kazakhstan -- Foreign relations -- Japan.
Kazakhstan -- Strategic aspects.
United States -- Foreign relations -- Kazakhstan.
Asia, Central -- Foreign relations -- 1991-
ISBN 026212257X
0262621746 (paperback)