by Gregory Gleason CENTRAL ASIA, 27 August (EurasiaNet)–In July, Central Asian states signed a treaty forming a regional energy grid, rewarding lengthy international efforts to foster such cooperation. The states with abundant water have few energy resources; states with strong energy infrastructure starve for water. If it works, this grid may help harmonize Central Asian […]

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