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Georgia’s Path to the EU Remains in Question

Security and Politics Program (SPP)

Georgia’s Path to the EU Remains in Question

On June 23 during a summit in Brussels, EU (European Union) leaders granted Ukraine and Moldova formal candidacy, while encouraging Georgia...

Headlines from the Caspian: June 28, 2022

weekly media highlights

Headlines from the Caspian: June 28, 2022

Your quick primer on the latest developments in the Caspian this week...

How Over 100 Days of War in Ukraine has Changed the Caspian Region

Security and Politics Program (SPP)

How Over 100 Days of War in Ukraine has Changed the Caspian Region

It has been just over four months since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine began, and in that relatively brief period...

Central Asian Countries Left with the Burden of Keeping Afghanistan’s Lights On

Energy and Economy Program (EEP)

Central Asian Countries Left with the Burden of Keeping Afghanistan’s Lights On

Afghanistan is unable to pay its electricity bill to its northern neighbors and both Tajikistan and Uzbekistan are beginning to feel the pinch....

Headlines from the Caspian: June 22, 2022

weekly media highlights

Headlines from the Caspian: June 22, 2022

Your quick primer on the latest developments in the Caspian this week...

Sourcing Rare Earth Minerals In Central Asia

Policy Briefs

Sourcing Rare Earth Minerals In Central Asia

The availability and sourcing of rare earths are high-profile concerns for governments and corporations in the U.S., western Europe...

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30 Years of Diplomatic Relations

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