How the EU Can Contribute to the Green Transition in Central Asia
By Alouddin Komilov
By focusing its efforts on a few key sectors, the EU can strengthen Central Asia’s resilience, prosperity, and regional cooperation.
Beyond Borders: Navigating Asia’s Water Challenges
By Farwa Aamer and Susanne Schmeier
Solving Asia's water stress will require a concerted diplomatic effort on the international stage.
The Winds of Change: The Social and Political Cost of Climate Inaction in Central Asia
By Murod Ismailov
Climate change may be an “accelerant” for global cooperation, but it also poses significant social, political, and geopolitical challenges in Central Asia.
Are ‘Water Wars’ Coming to Asia?
By Genevieve Donnellon-May
Climate change-induced water loss in the Tibetan Plateau further challenges water security from Central to Southeast Asia.
What Is China’s Role in Central Asia’s Changing Climate?
By Wilder Alejandro Sánchez
As climate change hits Central Asia, China needs to be a team player regarding water.
Uzbekistan’s Impending Water Crisis
By Aziz Egamov
Relations are good between Uzbekistan and Tajikistan, but a grave water crisis still looms.
Climate Change: An Omitted Security Threat in Central Asia
By Khamza Sharifzoda
The impacts of climate change in Central Asia will be serious.
The Impact of Migration on Water Scarcity in Central Asia
By Soumya Balasubramanya and Ted Horbulyk
What does male migration have to do with water scarcity in Central Asia?
Uzbekistan’s President to Visit Tajikistan Soon
By Catherine Putz
While there's no date yet, the visit is expected in early 2018 and will mark a significant diplomatic step in the region.
Uzbekistan’s Changing Rogun Tone
By Catherine Putz
Without Karimov's bombast about Rogun, Tashkent is better positioned to earnestly engage on an issue of vital importance.
Why Uzbekistan’s Shifts on Water Politics Matter
By Casey Michel
Recent statements from Uzbek officials drop previous vitriol in favor of diplomatic neighborliness.
Why Central Asia Won't Go to War
By Nodir Boboev
Diplomatically and domestically, Central Asia's governments can't afford a full-blown conflict.