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Does Russia Have a Role in the China-Kyrgyzstan-Uzbekistan Railway Project?
October 06, 2020

Does Russia Have a Role in the China-Kyrgyzstan-Uzbekistan Railway Project?

By Umida Hashimova
In September, Kyrgyz President Sooronbay Jeenbekov again mentioned Russia’s participation in the long-delayed project.

Sino-Russian Economic Cooperation in Central Asia is Not What It Seems to Be
September 23, 2020

Sino-Russian Economic Cooperation in Central Asia is Not What It Seems to Be

By Varshini Sridhar
China and Russia are partners in Central Asia, but their cooperative efforts are not as robust as they often claim.
Post-COVID, China Set to Gain in Central Asia
July 29, 2020

Post-COVID, China Set to Gain in Central Asia

By Aleksey Asiryan
Beijing is well positioned to continue growing its influence in Central Asia, though some challenges remain ahead.

What Are the Implications of China’s Growing Security Role in Central Asia?
June 03, 2020

What Are the Implications of China’s Growing Security Role in Central Asia?

By Ian J.Lynch
China’s rise in Central Asia has been swift. 

Can Uzbekistan Put the Uzbek Language First?
May 19, 2020

Can Uzbekistan Put the Uzbek Language First?

By Umida Hashimova
Moscow made an unprecedented comment in defense of the Russian language in Uzbekistan.

20 Years of Russia’s Institutionalism in Eurasia
December 26, 2019

20 Years of Russia’s Institutionalism in Eurasia

By Janko Šćepanović
What is Russia trying to accomplish with the CSTO, SCO, and EAEU?

Cooperation, Co-existence or Clash? China and Russia’s Ambitions in Central Asia
November 08, 2019

Cooperation, Co-existence or Clash? China and Russia’s Ambitions in Central Asia

By Benno Zogg
The two powers’ approaches to Central Asia may be a good indicator of their current partnership and future relations.
Russia's Anti-Drug Crusade in Afghanistan
December 28, 2017

Russia's Anti-Drug Crusade in Afghanistan

By Samuel Ramani
Russia, believing U.S. efforts are failing, is stepping up its war on drug trafficking.

Interview: Tigran Sargsyan on the Eurasian Economic Union
October 18, 2017

Interview: Tigran Sargsyan on the Eurasian Economic Union

By Samuel Ramani
The chairman of the EEU's Eurasian Economic Commission talks about the trade bloc's past, present, and future.

Where Did the Eurasian Economic Union Go Awry?
May 08, 2017

Where Did the Eurasian Economic Union Go Awry?

By Casey Michel
There “is little to inspire confidence that the Eurasian project is capable of delivering on its grand promises.”

Taliban: New Challenges for Central Asia
April 11, 2017

Taliban: New Challenges for Central Asia

By Uran Botobekov
Central Asian militants fight alongside the Taliban, which has been the target of Russia's "hybrid diplomacy."
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?

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