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Georgia in a Reconnecting Eurasia

Georgia in a Reconnecting Eurasia

Georgia in a Reconnecting Eurasia examines the full scope of Georgian national interests in the South Caucasus and Central Asia and analyzes the broad outlines of Georgian engagement over the coming years. It is part of a four-part CSIS series, “The South Caucasus in a Reconnecting Eurasia,” which includes studies focusing on Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, and the South Caucasus.

Azerbaijan in a Reconnecting Eurasia

Azerbaijan in a Reconnecting Eurasia

Azerbaijan in a Reconnecting Eurasia examines the full scope of Azerbaijan’s national interests in the wider Eurasian region and analyzes the broad outlines of Azerbaijan’s engagement over the coming years. It is part of a four-part CSIS series, “The South Caucasus in a Reconnecting Eurasia,” which includes studies focusing on Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, and the South Caucasus.

India in a Reconnecting Eurasia

India in a Reconnecting Eurasia

India in a Reconnecting Eurasia examines the full scope of Indian national interests in the South Caucasus and Central Asia and analyzes the broad outlines of Indian engagement over the coming years. It is part of a six-part CSIS series, “Eurasia from the Outside In,” which includes studies focusing on Turkey, the European Union, Iran, India, Russia, and China.

Iran in a Reconnecting Eurasia

Iran in a Reconnecting Eurasia examines the full scope of Iranian national interests in the South Caucasus and Central Asia and analyzes the broad outlines of Iranian engagement over the coming years. It is part of a six-part CSIS series, “Eurasia from the Outside In,” which includes studies focusing on Turkey, the European Union, Iran, India, Russia, and China.