Post-Soviet Central Asia and its Asian Neighbors

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Post-Soviet Central Asia and its Asian Neighbors
// Russia and New States of Eurasia. 2016. No 4. P. 19-30


Abstract

The article analyses main directions of economic and political relations of post-Soviet Central Asian states with their closest Asian neighbors – China, Afghanistan and Iran. It examines challenges to the national security of regional countries and explores opportunities for further development of inter-state cooperation in economic, transport and power-generation sectors opening before them. 


Keywords

Central Asia, Silk road Economic belt, religious extremism, transport, power-generation 


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For citation:
Malysheva D. Post-Soviet Central Asia and its Asian Neighbors. Russia and New States of Eurasia, 2016, No 4, pp. 19-30



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