How Much Should the United States Still Care About Central Asia?

The United States has struggled in the post-Soviet era to define a durable framework for its relations with Central Asian states. Initially, securing the Soviet Union’s nuclear legacy was the main focus of US policy.

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Richard Sokolsky and Paul Stronski are senior associates in the Russia and Eurasia Program at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.

How Much Should the United States Still Care About Central Asia?

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