18 February 2002 The best new opportunity for the United States in Central Asia is simply the chance to establish normal relations. This is a time when simple words cover policy turmoil. In the space of a little over six months, U.S. foreign policy has moved from apparent isolationism to grand coalition-building (embracing various untouchables […]

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