Central Asia isn’t orange


Known as the “Heartland”, “Pivot Area” or, in Russian, “Central’naja Azija”, they are a group of high-risk republics, not only for Putin’s Russia and not only because of the Islamic independence movement. These States are a theatre of competition between the Russians and the Americans and channel a flow of drugs to Europe and the U.S. And there is little scope for optimism, because unlike Ukraine…

Known as the “Heartland”, “Pivot Area” or, in Russian, “Central’naja Azija”, they are a group of high-risk republics, not only for Putin’s Russia and not only because of the Islamic independence movement. These States are a theatre of competition between the Russians and the Americans and channel a flow of drugs to Europe and the U.S. And there is little scope for optimism, because unlike Ukraine…

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