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...
by Sophie Beach | 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...
by Morgan Figuers | 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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