CPC - Caspian Policy Center
Samantha Fanger is a research intern with the Caspian Policy Center. She is currently completing her B.A. at George Washington University’s Elliott School. She is majoring in International Affairs with a concentration on security policy. Fanger previously worked and studied in the Philippines where she interned as a journalist and primarily focused her research on comparative regional politics in Central and Southeast Asia.
Winter Projections in the Caspian Region
As harsher winter weather descends on the Caspian Region, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan and neighboring countries are facing school and road shut-downs, the persistent threat of frozen water pipes, and grounded flights.
The First EU-Central Asia Summit: A Call for Greater Cooperation
The European Union (EU)-Central Asian Summit was held on October 27 in Kazakhstan’s capital city, Astana
The Economic and Social Implications on the Caspian Region of Russians Escaping Mobilization
The world has kept a careful eye on Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, monitoring its trajectory and economic
The Caspian Region’s Reactions to the Current Russo-Ukrainian War, a Series: Armenia
The crisis in Ukraine brought recent Armenian foreign policy to a near breaking point with Russia
The Caspian Region’s Reactions to the Current Russo-Ukrainian War: Georgia
Sharing a northeastern border with Russia, Georgia has remained hesitant to participate in Western sanctions against Russia since Russia’s
September 30, 2022 — Interview with Ambassador Richard L. Morningstar: