Based on an exploration of the heartland debate, Heartlands of Eurasia examines how the vision of the "pivotal" significance of a vast expanse of land finds its echoes in contemporary narratives, yet is also reinterpreted in creative ways to reflect contemporary political dynamics. In its examination of new methodological terminologies dealing with classical geopolitical narratives, it makes unique contributions both to the study of the region and toward the understanding of geopolitics.
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About the Author
Anita Sengupta is fellow at the Maulana Abul Kalam Azad Institute of Asian Studies at Kolkata. She is the author of Russia, China and Multilateralism in Central Asia, The Formation of the Uzbek Nation-State: A Study in Transition, and Frontiers into Borders: The Transformation of Identities in Central Asia.