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1. Crisis in Kazakhstan: Protests, Regime Stability, and Regional Security

2. China's Security Management Towards Central Asia

3. Turkey in Central Asia: Possibilities and limits of a greater role

4. Public Diplomacy in Newly Independent Kazakhstan

5. How China’s Foreign Aid Fosters Social Bonds With Central Asian Ruling Elites

6. Turkish-Russian Relations: A Puzzle that Shakes the Middle East

7. Porosity of Tajik-Afghan Border Making Beijing’s Involvement in Region More Ominous

8. Towards Authoritarianism: Kyrgyzstan’s Internal and Foreign Policy Perspectives

9. Russian policy towards Central Asia 30 years after the collapse of the Soviet Union: Sphere of influence shrinking?

10. Spring 2020 edition of Contemporary Eurasia

11. The US in Afghanistan: Consequences of an Untimely Withdrawal

12. Chinese, Japanese, and Korean Inroads into Central Asia: Comparative Analysis of the Economic Cooperation Roadmaps for Uzbekistan

13. China’s Belt and Road Initiative and Its Energy-Security Dimensions

14. Making Sense of Russia’s Policy in Afghanistan

15. Placing India in the Emerging Regional Dynamics of Central Asia: From ‘Look North’ to ‘Connect North’

16. Afghanistan: the view from Russia

17. Iran and Central Asia: A Cultural Perspective

18. Taking off as a Global Power? China's Foreign Policy "Grand Strategy"

19. Tableau de bord des pays d’Europe centrale et orientale et d’Eurasie 2013 (Volume 2 : Eurasie)

20. Iran, Afghanistan, and South Asia: Resolving Regional Sources of Instability

21. How to get out of Afghanistan: NATO's withdrawal through Central Asia

22. Assessing Turkey's Role in Somalia

23. U.S.-Turkish Relations a review at the beginning of the third decade of the post–cold war era

24. U.S.-Turkey Relations: A New Partnership

25. European Perceptions of Turkish Foreign Policy

26. The Political Economy of Regional Power: Turkey under the AKP

27. Foreign policy, bipartisanship and the paradox of post-September 11 America

28. The Turkish Internal Reform and Foreign Policy Shift: Implications for the Cyprus Talks

29. u.s. and iranian strategic competition: Competition in Afghanistan, Central Asia, and Pakistan

30. Caucasus and Central Asia in Turkish Foreign Policy: The Time Has Come for a New Regional Policy

31. How Central is Central Asia? Part 1/3

32. How Central is Central Asia? Part 3/3

33. A Place in the Sun or Fifteen Minutes of Fame? Understanding Turkey's New Foreign Policy

34. The Bermuda Triangle: Turkey, Azerbaijan and Armenia

35. Uncertain Kyrgyzstan: Rebalancing U.S. Policy

36. Astana on the Atlantic: Transatlantic Strategy in Central Asia and the OSCE

37. Preventing Conflict in the "Stans"

38. Third Generation Civil-Military Relations and the 'New Revolution in Military Affairs'

39. Resolving the Crisis over Constitutional Interpretation in Afghanistan

40. A New Direction for U.S. Policy in the Caspian Region

41. Turkey and the Palestinian Question

42. Mr. Erdogan Visits Washington: The AKP's Foreign Policy and United States Interests

43. The impact of the global economic crisis on Central Asia and its implications for the EU engagement

44. Russia in Central Asia: Old History, New Challenges?

45. A New Vision for Afghanistan

46. The New EU Strategy towards Central Asia: A View from the Region

47. The European Union's Strategic Role in Central Asia

48. Learning Strategic Depth: Implications of Turkey's New Foreign Policy Doctrine

49. Turkmenistan and Central Asia after Niyazov

50. The Limits of Sino-Russian Strategic Partnership in Central Asia

51. Afghanistan's Uncertain Transition from Turmoil to Normalcy

52. Eurasian Alternative in Turkish Foreign Policy

53. Global Cleanout: An Emerging Approach to the Civil Nuclear Material Threat

54. Foreign Policy of Islamic Republic of Iran towards Central Asia and Azerbaijan

55. US Policies toward Central Asia and Effects of the September 11

56. The Caucasus and Central Asia