by Taras Kuzio TASHKENT, 31 October (EurasiaNet)–The United States’ reinvigorated interest in relations with Eurasian countries raises prospects for a dormant regional security alliance known as GUUAM. The US-led anti-terrorism campaign provides new impetus for the organization to act as a stabilizing force and vehicle for economic growth in the region. But before GUUAM’s goals […]

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