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How Angry is Kyrgyzstan at America?
July 17, 2015

How Angry is Kyrgyzstan at America?

By Catherine Putz
Updates on reaction to U.S. human rights award for jailed Kyrgyz and some recommended Central Asia links for the weekend.
India, Pakistan, and the Relevance of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization
July 11, 2015

India, Pakistan, and the Relevance of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization

By Ankit Panda
The Diplomat's Ankit Panda and Katie Putz discuss Narendra Modi's trip to Central Asia, the SCO summit, and more.

What to Expect as Leaders of BRICS, SCO and EEU Gather in Russia
July 08, 2015

What to Expect as Leaders of BRICS, SCO and EEU Gather in Russia

By Catherine Putz
BRICS to chart a course, SCO to expand, and the EEU to link up with the Chinese Silk Road.

India and Pakistan Are Set to Join the Shanghai Cooperation Organization. So What?
July 07, 2015

India and Pakistan Are Set to Join the Shanghai Cooperation Organization. So What?

By Ankit Panda
India and Pakistan will join the SCO, but that doesn't necessarily mean the SCO will start to matter more in Asia.

Narendra Modi's Agenda in Central Asia: Energy, Terrorism, and China
July 02, 2015

Narendra Modi's Agenda in Central Asia: Energy, Terrorism, and China

By Catherine Putz
The Indian Prime Minister is making his first regional visit, with counterterrorism and energy at the top of the agenda.
SCO-BRICS: A Big Summit in Ufa
June 08, 2015

SCO-BRICS: A Big Summit in Ufa

By Greg Shtraks
The summit next month will reveal much about the future of Russia’s Eurasian dream.

Tajik and Chinese Forces to Engage in Joint Exercises
June 05, 2015

Tajik and Chinese Forces to Engage in Joint Exercises

By Catherine Putz
A flurry of meetings and exercises in Tajikistan highlight prevailing worries about Afghan spillover and ISIS infiltration.
Can the China-Russia Warmth Last?
May 08, 2015

Can the China-Russia Warmth Last?

By Björn Alexander Düben
Despite much bonhomie of late, the two powers have sharply divergent interests in Central Asia.

China’s New Silk Road and Its Impact on Xinjiang
March 05, 2015

China’s New Silk Road and Its Impact on Xinjiang

By Su-Mei Ooi and Kate Trinkle
China’s plans for Central Asia are likely to see Beijing take a tighter grip on the restive Xinjiang region.

The Russian-Iranian Military Agreement: Another Perspective
February 16, 2015

The Russian-Iranian Military Agreement: Another Perspective

By Thomas Frear
Could oil price fears be driving Moscow to play the role of spoiler?

Eurasia: The Hype of Continentalism
February 03, 2015

Eurasia: The Hype of Continentalism

By Jeffrey S. Payne
‘Analysts should not allow geopolitical possibility to overshadow the divisive conflicts that exist throughout Eurasia.’
Can China and India Cooperate in Afghanistan?
October 01, 2014

Can China and India Cooperate in Afghanistan?

By Edward Schwarck
Their border disputes and maritime rivalry aside, China and India may be able to make common cause in Afghanistan.

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