The month of May in Central Asia in a nutshell…

Central Asia Watch Team : Maxime DelayeLucien Moreels, Audrey Colin et Julie Eifler-Bolander.

The files we follow : Multi-vector policies in Central Asia; Mongolia and Central Asia/South-East Asia relations; New Silk Roads;  Resources, energy, raw materials and environment; Security, Defence and Border Conflicts; Humanitarian and development aid; Kyrgyz, Tajik and Turkmen internal policy; Other forms of international cooperation in the area;  Culture and religions in Central Asia…

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In terms of security and defence issues, after the frenzy of March and April, May was rather quiet in Central Asia. Indeed, it was above all the visit of the heads of state of the region to Moscow for the Victory Day parade that made the news. And this, despite the strong willingness of these countries to politically walk away from the influence of the Kremlin.

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