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Tajik and Chinese Forces to Engage in Joint Exercises
June 05, 2015
Tajik and Chinese Forces to Engage in Joint Exercises
A flurry of meetings and exercises in Tajikistan highlight prevailing worries about Afghan spillover and ISIS infiltration.
Tajik and Chinese Forces to Engage in Joint Exercises
Central Asia's Environmental Sins
May 23, 2015
Central Asia's Environmental Sins
The number of dead saiga antelope keeps climbing, and National Geographic profiles the depressing saga of Aral Sea.
Central Asia's Environmental Sins
CSTO Looks Away From NATO and Toward SCO
April 26, 2014
CSTO Looks Away From NATO and Toward SCO
The Russia-led military alliance has given up all pretenses of cooperation with NATO and will look toward the SCO.
CSTO Looks Away From NATO and Toward SCO
Turkey's SCO Play: Does it Matter?
May 07, 2013
Turkey's SCO Play: Does it Matter?
“New members could further weaken the organization’s potential to work constructively.”
Turkey's SCO Play: Does it Matter?
Great Game in Central Asia After Afghanistan
March 27, 2013
Great Game in Central Asia After Afghanistan
Could efforts by Russia and America in Central Asia exacerbate tensions and make matters worse?
Great Game in Central Asia After Afghanistan
The Crisis of Multilateralism
July 26, 2012
The Crisis of Multilateralism
The world has many regional institutions that bind nations together. For some, their time and place in global affairs may have passed.
The Crisis of Multilateralism
Russia’s 'Shrewd' Central Asia Play
July 17, 2012
Russia’s 'Shrewd' Central Asia Play
Daniel Vajdic on how Moscow’s granting NATO access to a key supply facility is part of a careful strategy.
Russia’s 'Shrewd' Central Asia Play
The 'Great Game' 2.0
July 11, 2012
The 'Great Game' 2.0
Russia’s plan to use regional organizations as levers in Central Asia has some flaws, argues Richard Weitz.
The 'Great Game' 2.0
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