Tag: Central Asia

The Strategic Importance of Central Asian States

Written by Fazal Rehman Kakar 10:47 am

At the center of the interests of major powers lies Central Asia, a region rich with untapped energy resources and economic markets. The author explains that while the region has immense potential for transnational and international cooperation, the security challenges and instability it faces, make it difficult for the Central Asian states to develop. Furthermore, the continuing instability has made foreign interventions almost necessary for these states.
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Eurasian Economic Union and Central Asia: Connecting the Dots

Written by Muhammad Jamal Akbar 10:47 am

The Eurasian Economic Union is an organization that is composed of some of the former members of the Soviet Union. Its influence in Central Asia is believed to have been Russia’s calculated scheme to regain its control and influence in the region. However, both China and the United States are seeking to build their footprints in Central Asia.
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Chinese and Russian Relations in Central Asia

Written by Ramsha Qaiser 10:47 am

The paper explores the Chinese and Russian relations in the context of Central Asia as well as the possibility of future cooperation.
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Neutrality Day: Turkmenistan’s Pride

Written by Abubakar Shoaib 10:47 am

Neutrality day celebrates the neutral policy of Turkmenistan; it has become the state’s distinctive feature. The policy encompasses non-interference and neutrality with respect to other states.
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Sino-Russian Relations and the Shanghai Cooperation Organization: The Tides of Power

Written by Marium Sardar 10:59 am

Sino-Russian relations have witnessed strengthened ties, both using the Shanghai Cooperation Organization as a tool to achieve their ambitions.
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