Central Asia after foreign troops withdrawal from Afganistan

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Central Asia after foreign troops withdrawal from Afganistan
// Russia and New States of Eurasia. 2013. No 4. P. 32-48

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The problem of regional security in Central Asia may aggravate following the round up of the foreign coalition military mission in Afghanistan. Since this region has a key role for Russia’s national security Moscow pays special attention to developing allied relations with Central Asia states, especially since a leading regional country, Kazakhstan, is a member-state of the Customs Union and of the United Economic Space which constitute the basis of the future Eurasian Economic Union.


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Fedulova N. Central Asia after foreign troops withdrawal from Afganistan. Russia and New States of Eurasia, 2013, No 4, pp. 32-48



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