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Can China Help GUAM Diversify Away from Russia?

A Eurasianet partner post from FPRI

Established in 1997, GUAM—a platform named after its members Georgia, Ukraine, Azerbaijan, and Moldova and originally created to improve multilateral collaboration between member states—is now celebrating its 20th anniversary. Despite this milestone year, the organization now lacks a clear purpose. The group was initiated with much support from the U.S., with the aim of establishing an institution to bring together countries that wanted a counterbalance to Russian influence and a guarantee of geopolitical pluralism in the post-Soviet space.
 

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Qiyang Niu is a former intern at EastWest Institute and UNDP Regional Bureau for Europe and the CIS.

A Eurasianet partner post from FPRI

Can China Help GUAM Diversify Away from Russia?

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