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Central Asia Steps Out of Russia’s Shadow

By Ekaterina Zolotova
Say what you will about the Soviets, but they really knew how to put the “union” in the Soviet Union. For all its faults, the union bound its constituent countries together, imparting on them a degree of political and economic uniformity many of them have not known since. One of the only things the countries of Central Asia shared after the Soviet Union fell, for example, is geographic proximity. Sure, they entered into the Commonwealth of Independent States in the years that followed, but their relationships were hardly cooperative. They engaged in territorial disputes, eschewed trade with one …read more

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