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Chinese Private Security Moves Into Central Asia
July 03, 2019

Chinese Private Security Moves Into Central Asia

By Yau Tsz Yan
With vast investments at stake, Chinese private security firms are expanding operations in Kyrgyzstan and beyond.

The Shanghai Cooperation Organization: A Vehicle for Cooperation or Competition?
June 21, 2019

The Shanghai Cooperation Organization: A Vehicle for Cooperation or Competition?

By Eleanor Albert
The SCO reflects shifting power dynamics in this subregion, particularly between China and Russia.
How the US Can Give Uzbekistan Options
November 17, 2018

How the US Can Give Uzbekistan Options

By James Durso
America’s goal should be to ensure the Uzbeks have alternative options to dealing with Russia and China.

China’s Belt and Road Gets a Central Asian Boost
May 03, 2018

China’s Belt and Road Gets a Central Asian Boost

By Indra Overland and Roman Vakulchuk
Uzbekistan’s transformation will fast-track the new Silk Road.

Silk Road Fever and Another Corruption Report
January 06, 2018

Silk Road Fever and Another Corruption Report

By Catherine Putz
As 2018 began, a glut of Central Asia-themed reports surfaced in major media outlets; recommended reads.

The Geopolitics of the Beijing-Moscow Consensus
January 04, 2018

The Geopolitics of the Beijing-Moscow Consensus

By Enrico Cau
The integration of China’s Belt and Road and Russia’s Eurasian Economic Union will have major implications.

China and Russia in Central Asia: Rivalries and Resonance
July 27, 2017

China and Russia in Central Asia: Rivalries and Resonance

By Catherine Putz
Finding the balance in the long-term between rivalry and resonance may be difficult for Beijing and Moscow.
Will the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor Be a Gateway to Central Asia?
May 25, 2017

Will the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor Be a Gateway to Central Asia?

By Fuad Shahbazov
Central Asian governments are interested in linking with CPEC, but also wary of security risks.

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