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Who Postponed the CSTO Summit?
December 06, 2018

Who Postponed the CSTO Summit?

By Catherine Putz
It's a he-said, he-said situation but the meaning is clear: All is not well in the CSTO

All Together Now: Central Asia's Leaders Set to Meet in Astana
March 13, 2018

All Together Now: Central Asia's Leaders Set to Meet in Astana

By Catherine Putz
Central Asia's presidents -- minus one -- will gather in Astana March 15-16 to discuss regional issues.
Russia's Military Cooperation Goals in Central Asia
January 31, 2018

Russia's Military Cooperation Goals in Central Asia

By Dmitry Stefanovich
What military threats keep Russia and its Central Asian partners up at night?

Russia and Uzbekistan's Renewed Security Partnership
July 11, 2017

Russia and Uzbekistan's Renewed Security Partnership

By Samuel Ramani
Under President Mirziyoyev, Uzbekistan has shown a willingness to increase defense ties with Moscow.

Update: Will Kazakh and Kyrgyz Troops Keep the Peace in Syria?
June 24, 2017

Update: Will Kazakh and Kyrgyz Troops Keep the Peace in Syria?

By Catherine Putz
The story continues to develop with denials, open doors, and the tangled web of international diplomacy.

Russia Proposes Deploying Kazakhs and Kyrgyz to Syria
June 23, 2017

Russia Proposes Deploying Kazakhs and Kyrgyz to Syria

By Catherine Putz
And now for something completely different.

India and Pakistan Join the Shanghai Cooperation Organization At Last. So What?
June 15, 2017

India and Pakistan Join the Shanghai Cooperation Organization At Last. So What?

By Ankit Panda and Prashanth Parameswaran
What are the costs and benefits of having India and Pakistan in the Shanghai Cooperation Organization?
Russia’s Big Plans for Air Defense in Eurasia
April 07, 2017

Russia’s Big Plans for Air Defense in Eurasia

By Guy Plopsky
Big plans, indeed, but will they materialize?

Kazakhstan Takes Delivery of (Free) Russian S-300 Missile Defense Systems
June 09, 2016

Kazakhstan Takes Delivery of (Free) Russian S-300 Missile Defense Systems

By Catherine Putz
Moscow has plans for a region-wide air defense system.

Russian Defense Minister Visits Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan
June 08, 2016

Russian Defense Minister Visits Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan

By Catherine Putz
Sergei Shoigu embodies Moscow's concerns about whether Central Asia can manage security, internally and on its periphery.

The Implications of Tightening Russia-Uzbekistan Ties
May 11, 2016

The Implications of Tightening Russia-Uzbekistan Ties

By Samuel Ramani
By improving frosty relations with Tashkent, Moscow can boost its leverage over Central Asia as a whole.
The Limits of Collective Security in Eurasia
December 24, 2015

The Limits of Collective Security in Eurasia

By Evan Gottesman
Divergent interests in Russia’s dispute with Turkey and Armenia’s conflict with Azerbaijan restrict the CSTO.

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