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Considers key factors underlying the likelihood of conflict in Central Asia and South Caucasus, assessing their implications for regional security and for U.S. interests and potential involvement over the next 10 to 15 years. Leaders in the South Caucasus and Central Asia have shown less concern than some Persian Gulf governments that the U.S. will abandon them in favor of a new alliance with Tehran. Yet, they do fret about a declining U.S. interest and impact in their regions, manifest most clearly in the dwindling U.S. military presence in Afghanistan.
The history of Central Asia concerns the history of the various peoples that have inhabited Central Asia. The lifestyle of such people has been determined primarily by the area's climate and aridity of the region makes agriculture difficult and distance from the sea cut it off from much trade. Thus, few major cities developed in the region. This is the only book since the fall of the Soviet Union to analyze the security of the newly emerged independent states in the strategically vital region of Central Asia and the Caucasus. This insightful work maps out the possibilities and dangers that lie ahead for the nations of Central Asia and the Caucasus.
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The fourth key pillar of U.S. strategy in the Caucasus and Central Asia is regional security cooperation. The United States is actively promoting creation of the Central Asia Peacekeeping Battalion made up of troops from Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan.
The United States has also initiated security dialogs with the Caucasus states. Get this from a library. The U.S. role in the Caucasus and Central Asia: hearing before the Committee on International Relations, House of Representatives, One Hundred Fifth Congress, second session, Ap [United States.
Congress. The Central Asia-Caucasus Institute or CACI was founded in by S. Frederick Starr, a research professor at Johns Hopkins University's School of Advanced International Studies.
He has served as vice president of Tulane University and as president of Oberlin College (–) and the Aspen has advised three U.S. presidents on. The first U.S.
policy parameters in the Caucasus and Central Asia were set before oil emerged as a specific strategic concern. In the absence of a vital interest, these parameters were less than.
The Caspian Basin itself has become one of the principal points of tension in U.S.-Russian relations, and the Caucasus and Central Asia are focal points for a range of issues on America’s global.
This report is the final product of a project entitled “Sources of Conflict in the South Caucasus and Central Asia.” the project was intended to help Army intelligence analysts improve their understanding of the potential for armed conflict in the region of Central Asia and South Caucasus and how such outbreaks might escalate to a level that could involve U.S.
forces. Russian oil and gas companies certainly can play a role in developing the hydrocarbon resources and economies of the Caucasus and Central Asia, but the governments of both the West and the NIS. This timely study is the first to examine the relationship between competition for energy resources and the propensity for conflict in the Caspian region.
Taking the discussion well beyond issues of pipeline politics and the significance of Caspian oil and gas to the global market, the book offers significant new findings concerning the impact of energy wealth on the political life and.
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One of us called for the establishment of a U.S. “Partnership for Central Asia” as early asand the Diplomat, among others, credited our book. Central Asia, central region of Asia, extending from the Caspian Sea in the west to the border of western China in the east.
It is bounded on the north by Russia and on the south by Iran, Afghanistan, and China. The region consists of the former Soviet republics of Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, and Turkmenistan. The “Asia Chessboard” features in-depth conversations with the most prominent strategic thinkers on Asia.
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papers compiled by Ebel and Menon that address in considerable depth the complex and varied issues of Brand: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc. Bullough, the Caucasus editor for the Institute of War and Peace Reporting, has lived and worked in the North Caucasus for years.
His book, a searching portrait of the national and cultural complexities of Russia’s most restive region, combines on-the-ground reporting and deep historical knowledge in a way that only British writers seem able to : Charles King.The authors of these essays suggest that the symbiosis of these two forces will continue to characterize political and social developments in Central Asia and the Caucasus for years to come.
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