The republic has consolidated its ties with Russia and assumed the role of junior partner in a nascent Moscow-Tehran-Ashgabat axis by LOWELL BEZANIS IN THE POST-INDEPENDENCE era, Turkmenistan’s foreign policy has been primarily pragmatic. The republic’s leadership has attempted to exploit Turkmenistan’s natural wealth by cultivating regional ties without becoming embroiled in regional problems. But […]

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