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Hirschhausen and Engerer. "Energy in the Caspian sea region in the late 1990s: the end of the boom?", OPEC Energy Review, Vol. XXIII, No 4, December 1999, p. 273-288.
LC Call Number: HD9560.1 .O55
LC Catalog Record: 2008224051

Hopkirk, Peter. Great Game. New York : Kodansha International, 1992.
LC Call Number: DS329.4 .H67 1992
LC Catalog Record: 92016925

Kueh, Y.Y. China's New Industrialization Strategy, was Chairman Mao Really Necessary? Cheltenham, UK ; Northampton, MA : Edward Elgar, c2008.
LC Call Number: HC427.95 .K8393 2008
LC Catalog Record: 2007937726
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This book is an attempt to place the post-Mao reforms in China in the context of developments in the Soviet Union and the Eastern European countries. The author looks at the Chinese economy over a period of more than 3 decades and argues that there were important elements of continuity in the transition of economic thinking from Mao Zedong to Deng Xiaoping.

Mahnovski, Sergej, Kamil Akramov, and Theodore Karasik. Economic Dimensions of Security in Central Asia. Santa Monica, CA : RAND Project Air Force, 2007.
LC Call Number: HC420.3 .M34 2007
LC Catalog Record: 2005030425
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The focus of this report is the economic dimension of security in post Soviet Central Asia with an emphasis on the role and influence of the United States.

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 The Caucasus and Central Asia, 2009

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Map of the Caucasus and Central Asia.
Created: Washington, D.C.
US Central Intelligence Agency, 2009.
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Pomfret, Richard. The Central Asian Economies Since Independence. Princeton, NJ : Princeton University Press, c2006.
LC Call Number: HC420.3 .P69 2006
LC Catalog Record: 2006921907
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The focus of this book is on the development of the post-Soviet Central Asian Republics, with descriptions of historical backgrounds, social-economic developments, integration of the emerged markets into the global economy, an examination of the various political transformations, and a look at the past and prospective economic relationship with Russia, China and other neighboring nations.

Tao, Mou Chuan. A Golden Treasury of Chinese History. New York : Vantage Press, c1987.
LC Call Number: DS734 .T32 1987
LC Catalog Record: 85091418

Tchantouridze, Lasha. "Kyrgyzstan at the Crossroads: Facing the Economic Causes of the Tulip Revolution." No. 4 (40), 2006 Central Asia & The Caucasus (English). CA &CC Press Publishing House.
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Wong, John and Wei Liu. China's Surging Economy Adjusting for More Balanced Development. Hackensack, N.J. : World Scientific Pub., c2007.
LC Call Number: HC427.95 .C4567 2007
LC Catalog Record: 2007008710
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Economists analyze China's economic growth prospects and the concomitant problems and constraints.

Xiaojie Xu. "The Oil and Gas Links Between Central Asia and China: A Geopolitical Perspective," OPEC Energy Review, Vol. XXIII, No 1, March 1999, p. 33-52.
LC Call Number: HD9560.1 .O55
LC Catalog Record: 2008224051

Yan, Zongda Yen, Tsai, Kao, Lu, Chen. The PRC in the WTO: impact on trade and investment in selected SEACEN countries, 2003; The South East Asian Central Banks (SEACEN) Research and Training Centre, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia : South East Asian Central Banks, Research and Training Centre, c2003.
LC Call Number: HF3838.A353 P73 2003
LC Catalog Record: 2003534877

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