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Gregory Gleason
Curriculum Vitae
Грегори Глиссен
политических наук и
Место работы:
университет НьюМехико (штат Техас, США)
NM 87131,
Альбукерье, штат Техас, США
[email protected]
Образование, ученая степень, звание:
Философия и лингвистика, Университет Калифорнии в Ирвине, 1975
Русский (советолог) Университет Калифорнии в Дэвисе, 1976
Политические науки, Университет Калифорнии в Дэвисе, 1984
Опыт работы:
1988-по настоящее время - профессор политических наук и государственного управления
университета Нью-Мехико (штат Техас, США)
1986-1988 – ассистент профессора международных отношений Университета Майами
1985-1986 – ассистент профессора политических наук Университета Нью-Йорка
Научный интерес:
Центральная Азия и международные отношения, региональная и национальная безопасность
Общее количество
около 60
Приглашенный лектор
Названия лекций
Национальная и региональная безопасность
Проблемы Центральной Азии
Внешняя политика
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Руководство научно-исследовательской работой (диссертациями):
В настоящее время:
Профессиональная деятельность:
Профессор по безопасности Фонда им.Дж.Маршалла (Гармиш, Германия)
Университетская деятельность:
Профессор политических наук и государственного управления
Список публикаций:
1. Markets and Politics in Central Asia: Structural Reform and Political Change Routledge
Press, 2003.
2. Administration: the Public Sector in Transition. (Published in Russian) Russian Academy of
Sciences, 1998.
3. Open World: International Relations of Global Markets. (Published in Russian). Russian
Academy of Sciences, 1997.
4. Central Asian States: Discovering Independence. Westview Press, 1997.
5. Federalism and Nationalism in the USSR. Westview Press, 1991.
Статьи в ссылочных журналах:
1. “Cultural Determinism versus Administrative Logic: Asian Values and Administrative Refor
in Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan.” International Journal of Public Administration (forthcoming).
2. “The Uzbek Expulsion of U.S. Forces and Realignment in Central Asia.” Problems of PostCommunism. 53, 2 (2006): 32-33.
3. “Comparative Perspectives on Third Generation Reform: Realignment and Misalignment in
Central Asian Reform Programs.” International Public Management Review 6,1 (2005): 100 116.
4. “Collective Security and Non-State Actors in Eurasia.” International Studies Perspectives 6
(2005): 274–284.
5. “Russia and the Reintegration of the Eurasian Electric Grid.” Problems of Post-Communism
Vol. 50, No. 2 (2003): 42-52.
6. "The Politics of Counterinsurgency in Central Asia." Problems of Post-Communism Vol. 48,
No 2 (2002): 2-14.
7. “Power-Sharing and Post-Conflict Reconciliation in Central Asia: Tajikistan and
Afghanistan.” 3
8. Journal of Conflict, Security, and Development Vol. 1, No. 3 (2001): 125-134.
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9. “Why Russia is in Tajikistan.” Comparative Strategy Vol. 20, No.1 (2001): 77-89.
10. "Inter-state Cooperation in Central Asia from the CIS to the Shanghai Forum." Europe-Asia
Studies Vol. 53, No. 7, (2001): 1077-1095.
11. "Foreign Policy and Domestic Reform in Central Asia." Central Asian Survey Vol. 20, No. 2
(2001): 167-182.
12. “Policy Dimensions of West Asian Borders.” Asian Perspective Vol. 25, No. 1 (2001): 107131.
13. "The Theory of Integration and the Eurasian Economic Community." Journal of Central Asian
Studies Vol. 5, No. 1 (2000): 31-43. With Evgenii Kuznetsov.
14. "Constitutional Form and Regional Politics in Kazakstan." Nationalities Papers Vol. 26, No. 3
(September 1998): 531-544. With Azhar Kusainov.
15. “Prospects for Kazakstan’s Asian Liberalism.” Demokratizatsiya/ Democratization Vol. 5, No.
3 (1997): 376-385.
16. “Uzbekistan and Tajikistan: A Case Study for Conflict Potential.” The Soviet and Post-Soviet
Review Vol. 24, No. 3 (1997): 205-28.
17. “Independence and Decolonization in Central Asia.” Asian Perspective Vol. 21, No. 2 (1997):
18. “The Institutional Imperative: Resolving Transboundary Water Conflict in Arid Agricultural
Regions.” With Susan J. Buck and Mitchell Jofuku. Natural Resources Journal Vol. 33, No. 1
(Winter 1993): 1-32.
19. “Decolonization in Former Soviet Borderlands: Politics in Search of Principles.” Co-authored
with Susan J. Buck. PS: Political Science and Politics Vol. 26, No. 4 (September 1993): 522525. With
20. “Nationalism and its Discontents.” Russian Review Vol. 52, No. 1 (January 1993): 79-92.
21. “National Self-determination and Soviet Denouement.” Nationalities Papers Vol. 20, No. 2
Fall 1992): 1-8.
22. “The Federal Formula and the Collapse of the USSR.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism
Vol. 22 (Summer 1992): 141-163.
23. “On the Bureaucratic Reinforcement of Nationalism.” The Canadian Review of Studies in
Nationalism Vol. 19, No. 1-2 (Spring 1992): 43-58.
24. “Independent Muslim Republics in Central Asia: Legacy of the Past, Shape of the Future.”
25. Journal: Institute of Muslim Minority Affairs Vol. 12, No. 2 (July 1991): 355-375.
26. “The Political Economy of Dependency under Socialism: The Asian Republics of the USSR.”
Studies in Comparative Communism Vol. 24, No. 4 (1991): pp. 335-353.
27. “Informal Authority Structures in Soviet Asia.” Soviet Studies Vol. 43, No. 4 (1991): 613-628.
28. “Nationalism or Corruption?: The Case of the Cotton Scandal in Soviet Central Asia.”
Corruption and Reform Vol. 5, No. 2 (1990): 87-108.
29. “Lenin, Gorbachev, and National-Statehood.” Studies in Soviet Thought Vol. 40 (1990): 137158.
30. “Soviet Federalism and Republican Rights.” Columbia Journal of Transnational Law Vol. 28,
No. 1 (1990): 19-40.
31. “The Political Elite in the Muslim Republics of Soviet Central Asia.” Journal: Institute of
Muslim Minority Affairs Vol. 10, No. 1 (1989): 246-263.
32. “Migration in Soviet Central Asia.” Nationalities Papers Vol. 15, No. 2 (1987): 228-243.
33. “Ministries versus Territories: Evidence from Agricultural Administration in Soviet Central
Asia.” Studies in Comparative Communism Vol. 19, Nos. 3/4 (1986): 227-245.
34. “National Leadership in Uzbekistan.” Central Asian Survey Vol. 4, Nos. 3/4 (1986): 133-160.
35. “New Directions in Soviet Technical Education.” Journal of Technical and Vocational
Education Vol. 1, no. 2 (Spring 1985): 25-32.
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36. “Educating for Underdevelopment: the Soviet Education System and its Central Asian
Critics.” Central Asian Survey Vol. 4, No. 2 (Spring 1985): 59-81.
37. “The Politics of the Cotton Industry in Central Asia.” Central Asian Survey Vol. 2, No. 2,
(1983), pp. 109-120.
Статьи в сборниках:
1. “Russia and Central Asia.” In Konstantin Khudoley, Post-Communist Countries in Search of
Security and Stability, (Saint Petersburg: St. Petersburg University Press, 2005), pp. 38-47.
2. “Stability and Change in Central Asia.” In Chandra Lekha Sriram and Zoe Nielsen, editors,
Exploring Subregional Conflict: Opportunities for Conflict Prevention. (Boulder, CO: Lynne
Rienner Publishers, 2004), pp. 55-92.
3. “Uzbekistan.” In Alexander Motyl and Amanda Schnetzer, Nations in Transit 2004:
Democratization in East Central Europe and Eurasia (New York: Rowman and Littlefield,
2004), pp. 648-665.
4. “Political Reform Strategies: Early Starters, Late Starters and Non-Starters.” In Daniel
Burghardt, In the Tracks of Tamerlane (Washington DC: National Defense University Press,
2004), pp.43-63.
5. “State Building in the Face of Insurgent Islam.” In Richard Friedberg, Ashley Tellis, and
Michael Wills, editors, The Global War on Terror, (Seattle: National Bureau of Asian
Research, 2004), pp. 199-225.
6. “The Reintegration of Eurasia: Functional Theory and Inter-state Policy Coordination.” In
Konstantin Khudoley, editor, Post-Communist Countries in the Globalizing World (St.
Petersburg: Saint-Petersburg University Press, 2004), pp. 54-68.
7. “Central Asia: Ancient Societies and the New Millennium.” In Stephen P. Heyneman and Alan
J. DeYoung, eds., Challenges for Education in Central Asia. (Greenwich CT: Information Age
Publishing, Inc., 2004), p. 11-20.
8. “Uzbekistan.” In Adrian Karatnycky, Alexander J. Motyl, and Amanda Schnetzer, eds. Nations
in Transit 2003. (Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield, 2003), pp. 631-648.
9. “Democracy and Counterinsurgency in Central Asia.” In Donald Kelley, editor, A Decade of
Post-Communism: the Fate of Democracy in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union.
(Fayetteville, AK: University of Arkansas Press, 2003), pp. 161-186.
10. “Russian Strategy in the Caucasus and Central Asia.” In Steven Wegren, editor, Russian
Policy Challenges in the 21st Century. (M.E. Sharpe Publishers, 2003), pp. 58-77.
11. “Uzbekistan.” In Alexander J. Motyl, Arch Puddington, and Amanda Schnetzer, eds. Nations
in Transit 2002. (New York: Freedom House, 2002), pp. 416-427.
12. "The 1924 National Delimitation in Central Asia: Historical Dimensions of Contemporary
Border Relations in Central Asia." In Hasan Celal Guzel, C. Cem Oguz, and Osman Karatay,
13. eds., The Turks, Vol. 5 (Ankara: Yeni Turkiye Publications, 2002), pp. 982-989.
14. “Teoriia integratsiia i Evraziiskoe Ekonomicheskoe Soobshchestvo.” In Viktor Rudenko,
editor, Nauchnyi Ezhegodnik (Yekaterinburg) No. 2 (2001), pp. 359-378.
15. "Upravlenie nalogovoi politikoi i nalogovaya loyal'nost: povestka dnya nalogovoi reformy."
[Tax Policy and Tax Compliance: A Tax Reform Agenda]. In A. V. Gaida, M.F. Kazantsev,
16. Kiselev, and V.N. Rudenko, editors, Pravotvorcheskaya deyatel'nost subektov Rossiiskoi 5
Federatsii [Legal Drafting and the Constituent Units of the Russian Federation]. With Laird
Graeser. (Russian Academy of Sciences, Yekaterinburg, 2001), pp. 335-350.
17. “Uzbekistan”. In Alexander J. Motyl, Arch Puddington, and Amanda Schnetzer, eds., Nations
in Transit 2001. (New York: Freedom House, 2001), pp. 406-416.
18. “Fiskalnyi Federalizm v SshA." [Fiscal Federalism in the USA]. In Viktor N. Rudenko, editor,
Sovershenstovanie Zakonodatelstva i Pravotvorcheskogo Protsessa v Subektakh Rossiskikh
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Federatstii [Development of Legislation and the Legislative Process in the Constituents of the
Russian Federation] (Russian Academy of Sciences, Yekaterinburg, 2000), pp. 114-149.
19. "Variants of Federal Arrangements: The Theory of Federalism and Local Control." In Viktor
N. Rudenko, Federalism and Decentralization. (Yekaterinburg: Russian Academy of Sciences,
1998), pp. 5-19.
20. “Global International Integration: Consequences for the Social Sphere in Kazakstan.” In The
Role of Sociology in the Renewal of Society. (Almaty: Kazakstan State University, 1997), pp.
21. “Uzbekistan: The Politics of National Independence." In Ian Bremmer and Raymond Taras,
eds., New States, New Politics (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997), pp. 572-596.
22. “Dynamics of National Independence in Central Asia: Implications for Russo-American
Cooperation.” In Sharyl Cross and Marina Oborotova, eds., New Dimensions of Russian
Foreign Policy (Praeger Publishers, Westport CT, 1994), pp. 193-210.
23. “Uzbekistan: From Statehood to Nationhood.” In Ian Bremmer and Raymond Taras, eds.,
Nations and Politics in the Soviet Successor States (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press,
1993), pp.331-360.
24. “The National Factor and the Logic of Sovietology.” In Alexander J. Motyl, ed., The PostSoviet Nations (New York: Columbia University press, 1992), pp.9-23.
25. “Leninist Nationality Policy.” In Henry Huttenbach, ed., Soviet Nationality Policies (London:
Mansell Publishing, 1990), pp.9-23.
26. “Divided Loyalties of Regional Leaders in the USSR.” In T. Anthony Jones, ed., Research on
the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe (Greenwhich, CT: JAI Press, 1990), pp. 65-84.
Более 5 монографии, более 35 публикаций в иностранных журналах, более 25 статей в
международных сборниках, более 40 статей национальных и иностранных газетах.
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