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References [1] Martha Brill Olcott, „Eyes on Central Asia: How to understand the winners and losers” , https://src-h.slav.hokudai.ac.jp/coe21/publish/no16_1_ses/01_olcott.pdf , accessed at 17:00 02.04.2015 [2] Harold Mackinder presented in the article “ The Geographical Pivot of History ” that the heart land is the geographical area of Eurasia inaccessible to US battleships and controlled by Russia [3] Zbigniew Brzezinski, “ Marea tablă de șah ”, Editura Univers Enciclopedic, București, 2000, p. 16 [4] Paraschiva Bădescu, „ Asia Centrală – Evoluții, provocări

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References Abdulaev, I., H. Manthrithilake and J. Kazbekov 2010 ‘Water and Geopolitics in Central Asia in: M. Arsel and M. Spoor (eds.) Water, Security and Sustainable Rural Development, Conflict and Cooperation in Central Eurasia, London and New York: Routledge, pp. 126–143. Alkire, S. and J. F. Foster 2007 Counting and Multidimensional Poverty Measurement. OPHI Working Paper No. 7. Oxford: University of Oxford. Arsel, M. and M. Spoor (eds.) 2009 Water, Security and Sustainable Rural Development, Conflict and Cooperation in Central Eurasia, London and New York

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References Adolf, Matthias. Energiesicherheitspolitik der VR China in der Kaspischen Region. Erdölversorgung aus Zentralasien. Wiesbaden: Springer, 2011 Anceschi, Luca. “External Conditionality, Domestic Insulation and Energy Security: The International Politics of Post-Niyazov Turkmenistan.” In China and Eurasia Forum Quarterly, 8/3, 2010, pp. 93-114 Andrews-Speed, Philip, and Sergei Vinogradov. “China’s Involvement in Central Asian Petroleum: Convergent or Divergent Interests?” In Asian Survey, 40/2, 2000, pp. 377-397 Apelt, Beate. “Russland und Usbekistan

samples of tree rings from coniferous species. The widespread coniferous forests in Central Asia, comprising mostly local tree species ( Juniperus turkestanica Kom., Larix sibirica Ledeb., Pinus wallichiana and Picea schrenkiana ) provide a good opportunity for dendrochronological studies ( Esper, 2000 ; Chen et al ., 2012 ; Zhang et al ., 2014 ; Seim et al ., 2016 ; Opała et al ., 2017 ). Wooden cores derived from Central Asia have been systematically collected since the 1990s ( Bräuning, 1994 ; Esper et al ., 2007 ). Many dendrochronological studies

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]. Donish, Dushanbe, 268 pp. (in Russian) Bazhenov, M. L., Collins, A. Q., Degtyarev, K. E., Levashova, N. M., Mikolaichuk, A. V., Pavlov, V. E. & Van der Voo, R., 2003. Paleozoic northward drift of the North Tien Shan (central Asia) as revealed by Ordovician and Carboniferous palaeomagnetism. Tectonophysics 366, 113-141. Becker, R. T. & House, M. R., 1994. Kellwasser events and goniatite successions in the Devonian of the Montagne Noire with comments on possible causations. Courier Forschungsinstitut Senckenberg 16, 45-77. Becker, R. T., House, M. R., Kirchgasser, W

(Pamir Alai). - Botanicheskyi Journal 98: 1563-1566. - (2014): A new species and a new combination of Iris subgenus Scorpiris (Iridaceae) from Central Asia (Hissar Range, Pamir-Alai). - Phytotaxa 158: 224-228. Tojibaev K.S., Turginov O. & Karimov F.I. (2014a): A new species and new records of Allium (Amaryllidaceae) for Uzbekistan (Central Asia). - Phytotaxa 177 (5): 291-297. Tojibaev K.S., Beshko N.Yu., Turginov O. & Mirzalieva D. (2014b): New records for Fabaceae in the flora of Uzbekistan. - Flora Mediterranea 24: 25-35. Tscherneva O.V. (1962): Cousinia Cass. - In