CPC - Caspian Policy Center
Samantha Fanger is a research assistant with the Caspian Policy Center. She is currently completing her B.A. at George Washington University’s Elliott School. She is majoring in International Affairs with a concentration on security policy. Fanger previously worked and studied in the Philippines where she interned as a journalist and primarily focused her research on comparative regional politics in Central and Southeast Asia.
Biden's Presidential Outreach to Central Asia—A Strategic Shift in U.S. Foreign Policy
For the first time, leaders of all five Central Asian republics will meet with U.S. President Joseph Biden in a formal C5+1 meeting
Absheron Gas Field Inauguration Signifies New Energy Partnerships in the Caspian Region
On August 31, an inauguration ceremony for the Absheron gas and condensate field was held in Baku.
The Importance of Turkmen Gas Exports in a Shifting Energy Landscape
In August 2023, Turkmenistan transferred 10 million cubic meters (mcm) of gas to Iran—a shipment signifying a resumption
UAE ADNOC’s Strategic Stake in Absheron Gas Field: Fortifying Cooperation and Shaping Energy Futures
The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) has successfully finalized an agreement
Looming Disputes Over Major Kazakh Oil Projects Impose on Energy Sector Stability
Kazakhstan is facing a series of oil project cost disputes with international oil giants
Sustainable Development Goals: A Snapshot of Kazakhstan’s Progress
In September 2015, leaders from 193 nations assembled at the United Nations (UN) Headquarters in New York