Central Asia Policy Brief No. 6, December 2012
By Neil Melvin
A new approach to Central Asia is required to promote regional security stabilization.
There is an attendant risk that the disorder and possible violence likely to accompany political transitions in Central Asia could see the emergence of a set of interlinked conflicts.
The regimes of Central Asia constitute a key element in their own right in the emerging instability in the region.
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