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JASUR SALOMOV


Jasur Salomov is a junior research fellow at the Institute of History at the National University of Uzbekistan named after Mirzo Ulugbek. He obtained his master’s degree in International Law from the University of World Economy and Diplomacy in Tashkent. In his research he focuses on transition processes in post-Soviet countries, the formation and development of political systems in Central Asian states, and participation of the international organizations in providing regional security in Central Asia. His main fields of interest include contemporary history of Uzbekistan, and the history of diplomacy of the independent Uzbekistan.

Curriculum viate can be found here.

Doctoral thesis

Topic: “The Formation and Development of Political Systems of Central Asian Countries in the late XX-early XXI Century: A Comparative Analysis”

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Mirzokhid Rakhimov

Abstract:

After gaining independence, Central Asian republics started the processes of democratic transition and formation of their political systems based on their own cultural and political norms. Given the different approach in the assessment of the transformation, the process of formation and development of the political systems in Central Asian countries require careful analysis. In consequence, this study, first and foremost, requires a comparative and interdisciplinary approach. The main objective of the research is to identify peculiarities of the formation and functioning of the political systems and to create a theoretical model that enables to assess transition processes of Central Asian republics.

Publications

Peer-reviewed articles

Salomov, Jasur (2018): “The current state of research of the political systems of Central Asian states”, Collective monograph “Contemporary history of Central Asia: methods of research and conceptions”, The Institute of Oriental studies of Russian Academy of Sciences, 2018. pp.132-144

Salomov, Jasur (2016): The Role of the Commonwealth of Independent States in Ensuring International Security in the Central Asian Region, in: Scientific and Educational Magazine Democratization and Human Rights, Vol. 69, No. 1, pp. 133-139.

Salomov, Jasur (2016): Some Aspects of the Theoretical Research of the Concept of the Political System, in: ACTA NUUz, Vol. 75, No. 3, pp. 87-96.

Salomov, Jasur (2015): The Political System is the Main Factor of Building a Democratic Legal State, in: Public opinion, Vol. 72, No. 4, pp. 135-139.

Salomov, Jasur (2015): Some Approaches of Theoretical Studies of the Definition of Security., in: Young scientist Kazan. Vol. 95, No. 15, pp. 463-469.

Salomov, Jasur (2014): The Involvement of International Organizations in Providing Regional Security in Central Asian Region, in: International Relations: policy, economy, law., Vol. 57, No. 3, pp. 117-126.

Conference paper

Salomov, Jasur (2014): The SCO and Regional Cooperation among its Members. Paper presented at the international conference “?he Issues of Security and Stability in the Modern International Relations”, University of World Economy and Diplomacy, Tashkent, 4 June.

Salomov, Jasur (2014): The Role of International Organizations in Ensuring of Regional Security in Central Asia. Paper presented at the international scientific-practical traditional conference of young scientists: “Young Lawyer”. University of World Economy and Diplomacy, Tashkent, 26 March.

Salomov, Jasur (2014): Legal Analysis of the Categories of International Security Characteristics and Threats. Paper presented at the Republican scientific-theoretical conference “Legal Science: Problems and Prospects”. University of World Economy and Diplomacy, Tashkent, 14 January.

Salomov, Jasur (2011): The Role of Uzbekistan in the Fight against Drug Trafficking in Central Asia. Paper presented at the international scientific-practical conference “Role and Place of Uzbekistan in the International Legal Relations”, University of World Economy and Diplomacy, Tashkent, 11 February.

 

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