23 August 1996 THE SIGNING OF A MULTILAT-eral treaty by Russia, three Central Asian states, and China on 26 April represented a major step toward resolving a key Asian security problem, namely the long-disputed and heavily armed border between the former Soviet republics and China. The deal rests on recent progress negotiating the disputed border […]

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