The Caspian Project 12

The international political economy issue, 30 August 2015

Contents

  1. ABSOLUTE POWER AT HOME AND ABROAD:THE FSB AND SIGINT
  2. A PERFECT CYBER STORM:RUSSIA AND CHINA TEAMING TOGETHER
  3. CYBER COUSINS BUT NOT CYBER BROTHERS:CHINA AND RUSSIA
  4. CONFRONTING THE DOUBLE-EDGED SWORD:TURKMENISTAN’S COLLECTIVE SECURITY DILEMMA
  5. WHY AN IRANIAN NEW DEAL WAS NECESSARY:AN ANTI-THEORY OF SANCTIONS
  6. THE PERSIAN LION STILL ROARS
  7. WHY THE JCPOA WON’T TURN IRAN INTO THE NEXT SAUDI ARABIA
  8. UNTYING THE KNOT:DIVORCE AND WOMEN’S RIGHTS IN ISLAM
  9. THE “GLOBAL SPIRAL” OF CASPIAN ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS
  10. KAZAKHSTAN STEERING THROUGH TROUBLED WATERS
  11. THE RISE OF SOUTH-SOUTH DEVELOPMENT
  12. INTERVIEW WITH MAXIM CHERESHNEV

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