An Inside Look At The New Crossroads Of Eurasia: Azerbaijan’s New Port Of Baku

Wade Shepard The place was literally and figuratively a crossroads. It wasn’t just the point where north-south highways and rail lines met their east-west compliments but the turning point of an entire nation going in a new direction. Extending out from the west bank of the Caspian Sea, the New Port of Baku at Alyat … Continue reading An Inside Look At The New Crossroads Of Eurasia: Azerbaijan’s New Port Of Baku

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Deputy Minister: Identification of new export markets in spotlight

By Aygul Salmanova Expansion of export opportunities for non-oil products in Azerbaijan and identification of new export markets are at the center of attention, Deputy Minister of Economy Sahil Babayev told Azernews. Babayev noted that a number of measures are carried out in order to increase the volume of some "Made in Azerbaijan" products and … Continue reading Deputy Minister: Identification of new export markets in spotlight

China mediates between Pakistan and Afghanistan

By Sabena Siddiqui   Seeking to bridge the divide between Pakistan and Afghanistan, the second China-Afghanistan-Pakistan Foreign Ministers’ trilateral dialogue took place recently. Promoting regional integration, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi proposed, “China and Pakistan are willing to look at with Afghanistan, on the basis of win-win, mutually beneficial principles, using an appropriate means to … Continue reading China mediates between Pakistan and Afghanistan

Beijing complicates Washington’s Afghan strategy

A trilateral dialogue has 'reaffirmed a commitment' to extend the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor to Afghanistan By MK Bhadrakumar   After a meeting in Beijing on Tuesday of the China-Afghanistan-Pakistan Dialogue, a newly created trilateral format, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi made a major announcement that Beijing and Islamabad will look at extending the US$57 billion … Continue reading Beijing complicates Washington’s Afghan strategy

Contradictions between Central Asian states on the use of water resources

Written by Evgeniy Volkov The contradiction aggravation between the states of the Central Asian region on the equitable use of water resources in trans boundary rivers can be used by international and regional players to achieve their goals. In connection with global climate change in recent years the intensity of glacier melt in Kyrgyzstan has been … Continue reading Contradictions between Central Asian states on the use of water resources