Net Assessment of Central Asia

March 17, 2016 Given its geography and proximity to major global powers, the region is vulnerable to invasion and susceptible to being heavily influenced by external conditions.

Central Asia is a highly strategic region. As we have outlined in our annual forecast, Eurasia is in crisis. From the European Union to Russia, China and the Middle East, chaos and instability are growing. Central Asia is at a crossroads. At Geopolitical Futures, we closely track stability in Central Asia because what happens in the region can have spillover effects in Russia, western China, Afghanistan and even Syria and Iraq, and can impact U.S. interests in South Asia and the Middle East. A net assessment of Central Asia, unlike our other as...

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