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Central Asia and Post-2014 Afghanistan: A New Turn in Russia's Military Policy in Central Asia

Title
Central Asia and Post-2014 Afghanistan: A New Turn in Russia's Military Policy in Central Asia
Author
김연규
Keywords
Central Asia; Russian Military Policy; Afghanistan; Silk Road; CSTO
Issue Date
2015-12
Publisher
KOREA INST DEFENSE ANALYSES-KIDA
Citation
KOREAN JOURNAL OF DEFENSE ANALYSIS, v. 27, NO 4, Page. 523-537
Abstract
As the NATO withdrawal proceeds in Afghanistan, both the Alliance and key members will encourage Central Asian states to assume more responsibility for providing their own security. But such a task is enormous for most Central Asian governments. Thus, they fear that they might be abandoned to Moscow, if not Beijing, or left on their own to face what they believe to be a mounting terrorist threat. This article examines the already visible military and strategic rivalry between Moscow and Washington for hegemony in Central Asia-mainly through support for weapon transfers, basing rights, and regional integration mechanisms in the security field.
URI
http://kiss.kstudy.com/journal/thesis_name.asp?tname=kiss2002&key=3370885http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11754/30205
ISSN
1016-3271; 1941-4641
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