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  • Position : Program Director, Emerging Technologies and Global Security Program
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Central Asian Military Potential: Prospective Cooperation with Russia

Vadim Kozyulin

Kazakhstan,UzbekistanKyrgyzstan… Today the interests of the major powers are clashing in this region. PIR Center's Conventional Arms Project Director believes that thanks to its historic ties and institutionalized channels of cooperation, Russia still has a chance to play a leading role in the Central Asian arms market.

Central Asian Military Potential: Prospective Cooperation with Russia


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SECURITY INDEX №1 (83), 2008

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