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How Does China Study Central Asia?

How Does China Study Central Asia?

By Catherine Putz
A conversation with Frank Maracchione on Central Asia studies in China.

SCO Foreign Ministers Meet in India

SCO Foreign Ministers Meet in India

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
With India’s ties with China and Pakistan under strain, it is difficult for New Delhi to pursue whatever limited agenda it may have with the SCO.
India’s Foreign Minister Meets With Counterparts From China, Russia

India’s Foreign Minister Meets With Counterparts From China, Russia

By Krutika Pathi
New Delhi's relationship with Moscow, its Cold War ally, has remained strong. But Beijing gaining more sway over Moscow could prove frustrating for India.

What Does India Gain From the Shanghai Cooperation Organization?

What Does India Gain From the Shanghai Cooperation Organization?

By Niranjan Marjani
India sees its SCO membership as a means to increase engagements with the Eurasian region. However, India’s participation has several limitations.

India-Pakistan Tensions Flare Up Within SCO

India-Pakistan Tensions Flare Up Within SCO

By Catherine Putz
All eyes are on a series of critical meetings hosted by India in the lead up to the planned SCO Summit in July.

What’s Driving Taiwan’s Mass Protests?
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What’s Driving Taiwan’s Mass Protests?

Can Russia Still Be a Dependable ‘Sheriff’ for Eurasia?

Can Russia Still Be a Dependable ‘Sheriff’ for Eurasia?

By Janko Šćepanović
After Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, its role as a security guarantor for Central Asia and the Caucasus is in serious doubt.

Why Mongolia Is Steering Clear of Full Membership in the SCO

Why Mongolia Is Steering Clear of Full Membership in the SCO

By Bolor Lkhaajav
Mongolia was the first observer state in the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, and it has been content to remain there even as other countries upgrade to member status.
What Does Iran’s Membership in the SCO Mean for the Region?

What Does Iran’s Membership in the SCO Mean for the Region?

By Aamna Khan
Iran is the newest member of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization.

For India, a Complicated SCO Summit

For India, a Complicated SCO Summit

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
Across the SCO there is conflict at various levels that complicates India's engagement, from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine to simmering Sino-Indian tensions.

Xi, Putin and the Shared China-Russia Worldview

Xi, Putin and the Shared China-Russia Worldview

By Catherine Putz
No matter the areas of friction or tactical disagreement, China and Russia share a core worldview that binds them together.

Securing Afghanistan Remains SCO’s Neglected Mission Possible

Securing Afghanistan Remains SCO’s Neglected Mission Possible

By M. Ashraf Haidari
Crises in Afghanistan directly threaten the entire SCO region, yet the organization has done little to address the problem.
‘Russia Is a Threat, Not a Friend’ Ukrainian Foreign Minister Warns Central Asia

‘Russia Is a Threat, Not a Friend’ Ukrainian Foreign Minister Warns Central Asia

By Catherine Putz
In a press conference with Central Asian media outlets, the Ukrainian foreign minister urged the region: “don’t let Russia use you.”

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