Archive for the ‘Mongol Law’ Category.
Kangas, Roger D. “Legal Reform in Central Asia: Battling the Influence of History.” In In the Tracks of Tamerlane: Central Asia’s Path to the 21st Century, edited by Daniel L. Burghart and Theresa Sabonis-Helf, 65-91. Washington, DC: Center For Technology and National Security Policy, National Defense University, 2004.
Sections: Legal Antecedents (The Pre-Russian Legacy; Russian and Soviet-era Law); Respective Frameworks of Legal Regimes
in Central Asia (Kazakhstan, The Kyrgyz Republic, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan); Basic Dilemmas and Reform Efforts (Challenges; Efforts at Reform); Conclusion
Johnson, Wallace, and Irina F. Popova, eds. Central Asian Law: An Historical Overview: A Festschrift for the Ninetieth Birthday of Herbert Franke, Society for Central Asian Legal History, Monograph Series. Lawrence, KS: Society for Asian Legal History, the Hall Center for the Humanities, the University of Kansas, 2004.
1. Some Reflections on Multinationality: The Example of Former Empires in East Asia, Herbert Franke
2. Customary Law in the Ancient Turkic States of Central Asia: the Legal Documents and Practical Regulations, S. G. Klyashtomyi
3. The Administrative and Legal Regulations of the Tang Emperors for the Frontier Territories, Irina F. Popova
4. Muslim Law in Central Asia, Ashirbek Muminov
5. Eighteen Steppe Laws - A Source for the Study of Medieval Mongolian, Alexei Nasilov
6. Customary Law in Waigal Valley, Eastern Afghanistan, Schuyler Jones
7. Disputes over Land-use in Qing Outer Mongolia Some Remarkson a Legal Question from an Historian’s Point of View, Veronika Veit
8. Communist and Post-Communist Mongolian Law and Pasture Land, Morris Rossabi
9. Some Characteristics of Penal Legislation among the Mongols, (13th – 21st Centuries), Francoise Aubin
10. From Colonization to Bolshevization: Some Political and Legislative Aspects of Molding a “Soviet Islam” in Central Asia, Bakhtiyar M. Babadjanov
11. Law and custom among the Uyghur in Xinjiang, Ildiko Beller-Hann
12. Constitutional regimes and clan politics in Central Asia, Janna Khegai
13. Islam and Universalism in Family Law: A Comparative Study of the Contemporary Iranian and Turkish Civil Codes, Hisae Nakanishi
14. Public Discussion on the ‘State of Law’ and Contemporary Political Regimes in Central Asia and the Southern Caucasus, Irina Morozova
15. Parliamentary Law-Making in Central Asia: Apparent Authority Meets Political Reality, Claire Weber