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Since the demise of the USSR in 1991, the five Central Asian republics have joined a number of international organisations, most notably the UN. However, while their membership in this organisation is often taken for granted and used by scholarship on Central Asia as an example of their "race to membership", few studies if none have addressed not only how these state relate themselves to the organisation, but also how they behave in it and what norms they support in it. By using the theoreticaldoi:10.1016/j.euras.2014.05.002 fatcat:r6ptmf32evgajita5v3ikjmjmy