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    題名: Sino-Russian security policy in central Asia after Cold War
    作者: 卡 畢 羅
    Kabirov, Parviz
    貢獻者: 王定士
    Wang, Dingshu
    卡 畢 羅
    Kabirov, Parviz
    關鍵詞: China
    Russia
    Central Asia
    Security
    Energy resources
    Shanghai Cooperation Organization
    日期: 2008
    上傳時間: 2009-09-14 13:37:10 (UTC+8)
    摘要: The end of Cold War and collapse of the Soviet Union created new dynamics in international arena. The events of the new restructured world show us decline and rise of powers’ capabilities on the global and regional levels. Powers such as China and Russia started to reconsider their global and regional capabilities to define their position in international arena. The new sovereign states of Central Asian region have strengthened their capabilities with those powers who maneuver in the region in the fields of economy, politics and security. They all try to improve their interstate relations in the framework of mutual understanding, mutual trust, interaction and mutual profits. China, Russia and Central Asian Republics are pursuing the peace and stability as their strategic interests. Overall, the challenges of instability and contradictions in the region still exist. This should be an important question for future research of security studies of Central Asia region.
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