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Russia's Security Inroads With Turkmenistan
November 24, 2017

Russia's Security Inroads With Turkmenistan

By Samuel Ramani
Beyond economic relations, Moscow and Ashgabat are increasingly seeking security cooperation.

Turkmenistan's Ongoing Gas Quandary
April 25, 2017

Turkmenistan's Ongoing Gas Quandary

By Paolo Sorbello
Reports of a late resolution of a dispute with a Chinese supplier show further problems in Turkmenistan's gas industry.
Speaking of the South China Sea: International Law, Arbitrals, and Central Asia
July 16, 2016

Speaking of the South China Sea: International Law, Arbitrals, and Central Asia

By Catherine Putz
Also Uzbek militants and Tajikistan forgot the insulin; weekend reads.

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.

Turkmenistan’s Endless Energy Optimism
February 02, 2016

Turkmenistan’s Endless Energy Optimism

By Catherine Putz
Turkmenistan still says it can deliver gas to Europe in the next few years and experts still seem to disagree.

Russia Ready to Help Turkmenistan Protect its Afghan Border
January 29, 2016

Russia Ready to Help Turkmenistan Protect its Afghan Border

By Catherine Putz
Of course, Ashgabat says it doesn’t need the help but the offer stands.

Russia’s Gazprom Stops Buying Gas from Turkmenistan
January 06, 2016

Russia’s Gazprom Stops Buying Gas from Turkmenistan

By Catherine Putz
The announcement illustrates how corroded gas relations between Ashgabat and Moscow have gotten.
Turkmenistan Completes East-West Pipeline: What's Next?
December 29, 2015

Turkmenistan Completes East-West Pipeline: What's Next?

By Catherine Putz
The pipeline’s history is a telling indicator of changing geopolitical winds.

Fear of Terrorists Ripples from Paris to Moscow
November 17, 2015

Fear of Terrorists Ripples from Paris to Moscow

By Catherine Putz
A deputy speaker in the State Duma floated the idea of restricting entry to Russia for citizens of Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan.

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