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    Title: Competition and Cooperation between Politics and Religion, the Case of Uzbekistan Islam during the Post-Soviet Period
    Authors: 趙竹成
    Zhao, Zhu-cheng
    Contributors: 民族系
    Keywords:  Central Asia ; ISlam ;Soviet Union ; Extremism; Uzbekistan
    中亞 ;伊斯蘭 ; 蘇聯 ; 極端主義; 烏茲別克
    Date: 2018-06
    Issue Date: 2018-11-28 17:27:02 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: Islam has long-standing traditions in Central Asia which have influenced the regional cultures and ways of living. Through the course of secularization in the Soviet period, the collapse of the USSR, and the formation of the nation-state, Islam has undergone various transformations in Uzbekistan. At first, while the nation-state was establishing itself, the new regime succeeding the Communist dictatorship made use of Islam to forge national consciousness and to fill up the ideological vacuum, but following the incursion of Islamic movements and the growing influence of Islamists, conflicts arose between the secular government and Islamists. As global anti-terrorist movements increased, anti-Islamic extremism became the focus of Central Asian and global anti-terrorist activities.
    Relation: 成大歷史學報, Vol.54, pp.133-161
    Data Type: article
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