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Strengthening Fragile Partnerships: An Agenda for U.S.-Central Asia Relations

Author: Evan A. Feigenbaum
February 2011
Project 2049 Institute

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This comprehensive new report from the Central Asia Study Group and the Project 2049 Institute calls on American and Central Asian leaders to rise to the challenges and opportunities in the region. The report proposes an action agenda on economics, energy, governance, security, social development, and regional cooperation, and places particular emphasis on the importance of reconnecting Central Asian countries to the global economy.

This article appears in full on CFR.org by permission of its original publisher. It was originally available here.

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