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Will Uzbekistan Join TAPI?
May 23, 2017
Will Uzbekistan Join TAPI?
During his second visit to Turkmenistan, Uzbek President Mirziyoyev agreed to join the pipeline project.
Will Uzbekistan Join TAPI?
Survey Projects Show Progress on TAPI Pipeline
April 12, 2017
Survey Projects Show Progress on TAPI Pipeline
But as the projected operational date gets pushed back, the surveys may be progress for progress' sake.
Survey Projects Show Progress on TAPI Pipeline
Taliban Claims to Control 34 Districts in Afghanistan
March 30, 2017
Taliban Claims to Control 34 Districts in Afghanistan
The insurgent group claims to contest 167 more, many in southern, western and northern Afghanistan.
Taliban Claims to Control 34 Districts in Afghanistan
Chatter Surrounds Turkmenistan’s Gas Export Plans
June 03, 2016
Chatter Surrounds Turkmenistan’s Gas Export Plans
Ashgabat aims to quadruple its gas exports to 180bcm annually by 2030.
Chatter Surrounds Turkmenistan’s Gas Export Plans
Turkmen Government Says TAPI Survey Work Complete
February 10, 2016
Turkmen Government Says TAPI Survey Work Complete
Seems like more action for action’s sake; the big challenges remain.
Turkmen Government Says TAPI Survey Work Complete
Afghanistan’s Successes and Failures in 2015
January 04, 2016
Afghanistan’s Successes and Failures in 2015
2015 saw Afghanistan face several challenges, but the National Unity Government saw modest success as well.
Afghanistan’s Successes and Failures in 2015
Can the TAPI Pipeline Be Any More Than a Pipe Dream?
December 17, 2015
Can the TAPI Pipeline Be Any More Than a Pipe Dream?
A look at whether the project could actually take off.
Can the TAPI Pipeline Be Any More Than a Pipe Dream?
Turkmen President Boosts Ties with Austria
May 14, 2015
Turkmen President Boosts Ties with Austria
When it comes to energy, as with neutrality, Turkmenistan likes to keep its options open.
Turkmen President Boosts Ties with Austria
A Breakthrough on the TAPI Pipeline?
March 20, 2015
A Breakthrough on the TAPI Pipeline?
India and Pakistan hint that progress has finally been made with Turkmenistan on the huge energy project.
A Breakthrough on the TAPI Pipeline?
TAPI and India’s Future in Eurasia
February 27, 2015
TAPI and India’s Future in Eurasia
Developments in a major pipeline project risk marginalizing India in Central Asia.
TAPI and India’s Future in Eurasia
An Historic, But Pointless, CASA-1000 Accord
December 05, 2014
An Historic, But Pointless, CASA-1000 Accord
South and Central Asia leaders sign an agreement that appears to have little chance of going anywhere.
An Historic, But Pointless, CASA-1000 Accord
TAPI Pipeline Finally Sees Some Momentum
November 27, 2014
TAPI Pipeline Finally Sees Some Momentum
Some recent developments appear to have taken the U.S.-backed initiative beyond the concept stage.
TAPI Pipeline Finally Sees Some Momentum
Following the New Silk Road
October 22, 2014
Following the New Silk Road
Experts are skeptical of the future of what is essentially America’s exit strategy for Afghanistan.
Following the New Silk Road
Central and South Asia: Progress with Small Steps
August 20, 2014
Central and South Asia: Progress with Small Steps
There is no magic bullet for the region’s troubles, but smaller initiatives can produce incremental gains.
Central and South Asia: Progress with Small Steps
India’s Quest for Energy in Central Asia
August 18, 2014
India’s Quest for Energy in Central Asia
Modi has an opportunity to make inroads into the energy-rich region, but will need some clever diplomacy.
India’s Quest for Energy in Central Asia
Russia’s Strategic Pakistan Play
July 31, 2014
Russia’s Strategic Pakistan Play
It decision to end its embargo on weapons sales to Pakistan could have multiple benefits for Moscow.
Russia’s Strategic Pakistan Play
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