21 July 2003The immediate security challenge in Central Asia is not extremism, but the governments themselves. Days before NATO Secretary-General George Robertson visited Central Asia, the deputy head of Kyrgyzstan’s national security service claimed that he had evidence that radicals in Central Asia and China’s Xinjiang province are joining forces to push their separatist and […]

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