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China, Xinjiang and Central Asia
History, Transition and Crossborder Interaction into the 21st Century
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'This is a worthy book that should be read by all students of international relations with an interest in Central Asia' - L.J.Newby, University of oxford, The China Journal, No. 63
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Colin Mackerras is Professor Emeritus at Griffith University, Australia. His main works on ethnic minorities include China's Minorities: Modernization and Integration in the Twentieth Century and China's Ethnic Minorities and Globalisation. He has written a paper on the Tibetans in contemporary China for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, 2005. Michael Clarke is a Research Fellow at the Griffith Asia Institute at Griffith University, Australia. He has published numerous articles on the history and contemporary politics of Xinjiang in such journals as Asian Security, Asian Studies Review, Issues & Studies and Terrorism & Political Violence.
1: China, Xinjiang and Central Asia - `Glocality' in the Year 2007 - Donald H. McMillen. 2: The `Centrality' of Central Asia in World History, 1700-2007: From pivot to periphery and back again? - Michael Clarke. 3: Positioning Xinjiang in Eurasian and Chinese History: Differing Visions of the `Silk Road' - James A. Millward. 4: `Failed States' on the `Perilous Frontier': Historical Bases of State Formation in Afghanistan and Central Asia - Geoff Watson. 5: Xinjiang and Central Asia: Interdependency - Not Integration - Ann McMillan. 6: Uyghurs in the Central Asian Republics: Past and Present - Ablet Kamalov. 7: Xinjiang and Central Asia since 1990: Views from Beijing and Washington and Sino-American Relations - Colin Mackerras. 8: Central Asia's Domestic Stability in Official Russian Security Thinking under Yeltsin and Putin: from Hegemony to Multilateral Pragmatism - Kirill Nourzhanov. 9: `Glocality', `Silk Roads' and New and Little `Great Games' in Xinjiang and Central Asia - Michael Clarke