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Energy and Economy Georgia Joins U.S. Clean Network Program After Signing Memorandum on 5G Connection Georgia and the United States…

Reassessing United States- Azerbaijan Relations: A Shared Imperative To Look Ahead

The U.S. Azerbaijan relationship remains important to both countries, but it is time to reevaluate and update how they engage…

What’s Next for Azerbaijan’s Natural Gas Exports to Europe

On December 31, 2020, the first supplies of natural gas from Azerbaijan to Italy via the recently completed Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP)…

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Energy and Economy The United States, Kazakhstan, and Uzbekistan Launch Central Asia Investment PartnershipThe United States, Kazakhstan, and Uzbekistan jointly…

United States, Kazakhstan, and Uzbekistan Launch New Investment Initiative

On January 7, the United States, Kazakhstan, and Uzbekistan announced the launch of the Central Asia Investment Partnership, a new initiative to…

Uncertainty Over Security Mounts as Kyrgyz Citizens Head to the Polls

After three months of protests following Kyrgyz parliamentary elections tainted by allegations of vote buying and candidate intimidation, Kyrgyz citizens…

Georgia in Talks with Czech Republic, Israel, and Poland for Joint Defense Production

Georgian Minister of Defense Irakli Garibashvili has announced that Georgia is currently in talks with the Czech Republic, Israel, and Poland for joint defense production.   According to the 2020 Defense Ministry…

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Energy and Economy Azerbaijan Commences Regular Natural Gas Deliveries to the European Union On December 31, 2020, Azerbaijan began the…

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