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Virtual Geopolitics in Central Asia: U.S.-Russian Cooperation vs. Conflict of Interests

Pavel Baev

An expert of the International Peace Research Institute in Oslo presents his controversial view of Russia's policy inCentral Asia with the focus on energy security and potential alliances within the Russia-China-United States triangle. Baev criticizes Moscow for the lack of strategic insight and preoccupation with myths and stereotypes.

Virtual Geopolitics in Central Asia: U.S.-Russian Cooperation vs. Conflict of Interests


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SECURITY INDEX №1 (83), 2008

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