China s Central Asia Problem Not Unidimensional:ICG

March 1, 2013 admin 0

Since the collapse of the Soviet Union, China and its Central Asian neighbours have developed a close relationship, initially economic but increasingly also political and security. Energy, precious metals, and other natural resources flow into China from the region. Investment flows the other way, as China builds pipelines, power lines Read more ………

Militancy in Central Asia: More Than Religious Extremism

August 10, 2012 admin 0

By Eugene Chausovsky, STRATFOR Since 2010, Central Asia has become increasingly volatile, a trend many have attributed to a rise in militant Islamism. Militancy has indeed risen since 2010, but the notion that militant Islamists primarily are responsible for Central Asia’s volatility is shortsighted because it ignores other political and Read more ………

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Karzai unviels his vision of South Asia

October 6, 2011 admin 0

New Delhi: The Afghan President Hamid Karzai on Wednesday, Oct 5, unveiled his vision of the future of Afghanistan and South Asia. Delivering the third R.K. Mishra Memorial Lecture here, Karzai who signed an agreement on  strategic partnership with India at his summit with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, said Asia Read more ………