UZBEKISTAN TO THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY CITY: THREATS TO FLAME, THE TERMS OF THE STABILITY AND WARRANTIES OF PROGRESS, TASHKENT, publishing house “Uzbekistan”, 1997
TABLE OF CONTENTS

Introduction

3

Chapter I. The security threats

Religious extremism and fundamentalism

19

Religious extremism and fundamentalism

32

The chauvinism and aggressive nationalism

48

Ethnic and international contradictions

67

Corruption and crime

83

Clans and regional preferences

95

Ecological problems

107

Chapter II. The conditions for stability and guarantees of progress

The revival of spiritual values and national consciousness

135

The organization of the state and strengthening the defensive capacity

150

The formation of democratic institutions and the foundations of civil society

169

The introduction of market relations and the formation of the landlord class

187

Strong social policy and increased social activity of the population

210

The strategic potential and natural resources and raw materials

227

The human potential, social infrastructure and production

254

Guarantees of large-scale transformations and cooperation

281

Integration with the global community

299

Conclusion

329