Eurasianism, the “heartland” theory, the Great Game, geopolitical pluralism: old ideas that are shaping the geopolitics of Central Asia and the Caucasus. A partner post from Eurasianet. The growing economic rivalry between the United States and Russia for influence in the Caucasus and Central Asia is prompting policy-makers to turn to century-old notions for guidance […]
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