The Soviet Middle East (Routledge Revivals)

The Soviet Middle East (Routledge Revivals)

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First published in 1967, The Soviet Middle East provides an analysis of the economic and political status of the national republics of Central Asia and Transcaucasia, which were, at the time of the booka€™s initial publication, a part of the Soviet Union. The authors analyse their economic achievements, as well as their rapid progress in health and education, comparing their situation with that of their non-Soviet neighbours and indeed with the rest of the USSR. They seek to define the relevance of the Soviet planning system and Soviet ideology to the development of these countries, and also to contextualise their study in terms of the problems of other developing countries and the political stability of the Soviet Union as a multi-nation state. Written by two leading authorities on the Soviet Union, this reissue will be welcomed by students of Soviet and Middle-Eastern history, and by all those interested in the political, social and economic development of Communist republics.Would it not be possible for more attention to be paid at central level to the special requirements of such special areas as Tajikistan? ... and simple plants for preserving these surpluses; the cost would be light, and the advantage to the consumer at large would be great. ... According to Mr Ovezov (Turkmenistan, April 2nd) the re sources of Turkmenistan in ... to join two major oil-producing centres of western Turkmenistan; roads across the Kara-Kum desert from Ashkhabad in the southanbsp;...

Title:The Soviet Middle East (Routledge Revivals)
Author: Alec Nove, J. A. Newth
Publisher:Routledge - 2013-05-13

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