Ethnic Nationalism: a barrier for Central Asian cooperation

Bianca Cristina Pârvu The Central Asian region, which includes Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan, incorporates in its structure a large number of different ethnic groups scattered throughout the territory. Due to the area’s long history of tribalism, changing geopolitical influences, border demarcation woes and competition among local groups, Central Asia’s development was consistently slowedContinue reading “Ethnic Nationalism: a barrier for Central Asian cooperation”