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Central Asia and South Caucasus Affairs: 2006
Central Asia and South Caucasus Affairs: 2006
 
Regional Security Issues: 2006
Regional Security Issues: 2006
 
Between the Black and Caspian Seas: New Challenges and Opportunities for the South Caucasus
Between the Black and Caspian Seas: New Challenges and Opportunities for the South Caucasus
 
 
Regional Security Issues
Regional Security Issues
 
The South Caucasus as a Part of the Wider Europe
The South Caucasus as a Part of the Wider Europe
 
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  • Central Asia Partnership Looks to 2020 - Turkmenistan and Pakistan Join CAREC  more...

  • India can do more in Central Asia
    If New Delhi seeks greater influence in the region, it needs to show more interest in developing relations with key West Asian states more...

  • Central Asia: Pentagon Breaking Free Of Civilian Oversight

  • Next-generation integration in Eurasia
    Recent years have seen several major steps toward integrating the markets of the former Soviet Union.  more...

  • Tajikistan In Turmoil

  • Eurasia film festival opens in Almaty
    Kazakhstan steps onto center stage Tuesday with the launch of the sixth annual Eurasia International Film Festival attracting cinema buffs to screenings of new and controversial movies from Central Asia and beyond. more...

  • Radical Islam challenges Central Asian leaders

  • U.S. Policy And Central Asia
    The U.S. recognizes the uniqueness of each of the 5 Central Asian nations. more...
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In the Shadow of Russia: Reform in Kazakhstan and UzbekistanIn the Shadow of Russia: Reform in Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan
Eurasian Political Economy and Public Policy Studies
To be released in January 2011

 

 

 

 

 

The Horse That Leaps Through Clouds
Eric Enno Tamm more...

Hunted through Central Asia: On the Run from Lenin's Secret PoliceHunted through Central Asia: On the Run from Lenin's Secret Police
Perhaps one of the most powerful and haunting media images of the end of the 20th century was that of one lone man in a white shirt in front of tanks in Tiananmen Square. more... 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Global Security Watch - Central AsiaGlobal Security Watch - Central Asia
Home to vast energy reserves … central front in the fight against global terrorism … potential Western allies in RussiaÕs backyard. Together, the independent nations of Central Asia—former Soviet republics Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, plus Afghanistan—comprise one of the most important, least understood regions of the world.  more...

 

 

 

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