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Moscow Crocus City Hall Attack and Immigrant Radicalisation: Four Challenges in Countering the Islamic State Terror Threat

The 22 March 2024 attack on Crocus City Hall near Moscow, perpetrated by four militants armed with automatic rifles, resulted in the tragic deaths...

Growing Importance of Central Asia to Europe

Central Asia, a diverse and geopolitically significant region, is characterized by its rich history, cultural heritage, and strategic location at the crossroads of Europe...

How can Central Asian countries promote collective regional identity

Authors: Alouddin and Ozod Tanbev* In recent years, Central Asia has experienced a surge in regionalism, prompting discussions on the formation of a regional identity....

Navigating Water Conflict in Central Asia: The Amu Darya River and the Qosha Tepa Canal Project

In the post-Soviet era, Central Asia experienced a pronounced upsurge in geopolitical tensions, significantly shifting the focus toward the pressing matter of the water...

Flashpoint in Central Asia: Russia, China, and G7

After the beginning of Russia’s Special Military Operation (SMO) in Ukraine, most media outlets, commentators, and analysts concentrated on the progression of the conflict...

National Reconciliation in Tajikistan: The Civil War, Peace Process and Stability in Central Asia

By the late 1980s, the Soviet Union was on the edge of a total collapse. Political and social turmoil loomed over Central Asia, clearing...

Kyrgyz-Tajik Conflict: Small States Becoming Victim In Games Of The Great Powers

The Military conflict on September 14th 2022, on the border of two post-soviet countries- Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan took lives of more than 90 people...

Does Tajikistan Have a Choice Amid Anti-Russian Sanctions?

For a while now, the crisis in Ukraine has remained peripheral in official Russia–Tajikistan relations. The relationship between Moscow and Dushanbe was traditionally dominated...

New ISIS Strategy and the Resurgence of Islamic State Khorasan

Unlike Abu Ibrahim al-Hashimi al-Qurayshi, the second late leader of ISIS, who was derided as a “secluded paper caliph” and “an unknown nobody” for...

New Project in Tajikistan to Offer Protection Against Natural Hazards

The World Bank’s Board of Executive Directors approved today a $50 million IDA grant for the Tajikistan Preparedness and Resilience to Disasters Project, which...

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