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Питер Хопкирк Большая Игра против России: Азиатский синдром




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1Note1

Ага Хан IV, 49 й имам и духовный лидер исмаилитов. Широко известен в международных политических кругах, учредитель Фонда своего имени, который оказывает финансовую поддержку экономическим и гуманитарным проектам развития. Его дед, сэр Султан Мухаммед Ага Хан был первым главой Лиги Наций.



2Note2

Университет Центральной Азии — учрежден Ага Ханом и Президентами стран Центральной Азии А. Акаевым, Н. Назарбаевым и Э. Рахмоновым. Его главная цель состоит в предоставлении услуг в области образования и развития людям, проживающим в горных регионах Центральной Азии и за их пределами.



3Note3

Strategic Assessment of Central Eurasia. 2000. The Atlantic Council ofThe United States & Central Asia — Caucasus Institute. Ch. Fairbanks, S. Frederic Starr, C. Richard Nelson, Kenneth Weisbrode. Report prepared for the Middle East Division, J 5, Joint Chiefs of Sraff.



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