• KGS/USD = 0.01151 0.87%
  • KZT/USD = 0.00217 0%
  • TJS/USD = 0.09413 -0.42%
  • UZS/USD = 0.00061 0%
  • KGS/USD = 0.01151 0.87%
  • KZT/USD = 0.00217 0%
  • TJS/USD = 0.09413 -0.42%
  • UZS/USD = 0.00061 0%
  • KGS/USD = 0.01151 0.87%
  • KZT/USD = 0.00217 0%
  • TJS/USD = 0.09413 -0.42%
  • UZS/USD = 0.00061 0%
  • KGS/USD = 0.01151 0.87%
  • KZT/USD = 0.00217 0%
  • TJS/USD = 0.09413 -0.42%
  • UZS/USD = 0.00061 0%
  • KGS/USD = 0.01151 0.87%
  • KZT/USD = 0.00217 0%
  • TJS/USD = 0.09413 -0.42%
  • UZS/USD = 0.00061 0%
  • KGS/USD = 0.01151 0.87%
  • KZT/USD = 0.00217 0%
  • TJS/USD = 0.09413 -0.42%
  • UZS/USD = 0.00061 0%
  • KGS/USD = 0.01151 0.87%
  • KZT/USD = 0.00217 0%
  • TJS/USD = 0.09413 -0.42%
  • UZS/USD = 0.00061 0%
  • KGS/USD = 0.01151 0.87%
  • KZT/USD = 0.00217 0%
  • TJS/USD = 0.09413 -0.42%
  • UZS/USD = 0.00061 0%

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Stratfor: Russia re-evaluates security ties in Central Asia

BISHKEK (TCA) — Here below is an article originally published by Stratfor, which analyzes Russia’s re-evaluation of its military and security positions across the former Soviet periphery, including Central Asia. Continue reading

Central Asia and the nuclear proliferation all around

LONDON (TCA) — It is hardly a secret any longer: both Saudi Arabia and Turkey are becoming atomic powers and their plans stretch further than just Kurds and Syria. The consequences for Central Asia’s post-Soviet republics can become extremely grave sooner than it looks – not in the least because numerous cases of “disappeared” radioactive waste point in the direction of the “enemy within” – meaning Daesh, Al-Qaeda and similar groups. Put together, the facts as far as known show that the world is now closer to a nuclear military adventure, and Central Asia is not outside the danger zone. Continue reading

Uzbekistan ranked above all Central Asia states by military strength

BISHKEK (TCA) — The Global Firepower Military Ranks-2016, which includes 126 countries ranked by military strength, ranks Uzbekistan as the strongest among Central Asia countries (54th), followed by Kazakhstan (66th), Kyrgyzstan (78th), Tajikistan (81st), and Turkmenistan (90th).    Continue reading

Tajikistan security: recalling past Civil War under present situation

LONDON (TCA) — In December 1992, seven months after the start of the sectarian Tajik Civil War, the Russian 201st Motor Rifle Division recaptured the Tajik capital of Dushanbe which had been held by the United Tajik Opposition, a coalition of Islamists, nationalists and democrats. The 201st Division was a unit of the Russian Army, stationed in Tajikistan after the withdrawal from Afghanistan. The 201st were the border guards on the periphery of the Soviet Union with the 810 mile long border with Afghanistan to the south and the turbulent Chinese province of Xinjiang to the East. Continue reading

‘Peace’ with the Taliban: an open invitation to sheer terror

KABUL (TCA) — By the end of this month a four countries meeting between Afghanistan, Pakistan, China, and United States should take place in Kabul to consider a direct talks with the Taliban about peace. Will this type of “peace” in Afghanistan rehabilitate those malefactors that cause tremendous damage giving them a chance to spread more terror inside the country and beyond? Continue reading

Stratfor’s Global Intelligence: Week of Jan. 11, 2016

BISHKEK (TCA) — The Times of Central Asia presents to its readers Stratfor’s Global Intelligence, a weekly review of the most important events that happened in the world — from Europe to Middle East to Russia to Central Asia to Afghanistan to China and the Americas. Continue reading

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