China is growing its security presence in Central Asia through strategic military bases located in Tajikistan, a central Asian republic bordered on the south by Afghanistan, and on the east by China’s Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous...
Jan 2, 2011
The New York Time explores China’s expanding influence in the former Soviet nations of Central Asia: Chinese officials see Central Asia as a critical frontier for their nation’s energy security, trade expansion, ethnic...
Aug 1, 2007
From Eurasianet.org: Some might call it a branch of the Silk Road. But most major routes on the Silk Road bypassed modern Tajikistan altogether. Only recently – and with major Chinese help — has the dream of...
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