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Research

Sourcing Rare Earth Minerals In Central Asia

Policy Briefs

Sourcing Rare Earth Minerals In Central Asia

The availability and sourcing of rare earths are high-profile concerns for governments and corporations in the U.S., western Europe...


Now is The Time to increase U.S. Security Engagement in The Caspian

Policy Briefs, Security and Politics Program (SPP)

Now is The Time to increase U.S. Security Engagement in The Caspian

The time has arrived for the West to make significant and enduring changes to the security and economic arrangements in the South...


Land-Locked Naval Defense Diplomacy in the Caspian Sea

Policy Briefs, Security and Politics Program (SPP)

Land-Locked Naval Defense Diplomacy in the Caspian Sea

The Caspian Sea, a body of water disconnected from the world’s oceans, has become the center of growing economic trade and naval militarization...


Georgia’s Hydropower Dilemma

Policy Briefs

Georgia’s Hydropower Dilemma

Despite nation-wide protests against proposed large hydropower projects over the past decade, the Government of Georgia remains focused on rapidly dev...


The Silent Threat of Falling Caspian Sea Levels

Policy Briefs

The Silent Threat of Falling Caspian Sea Levels

The water level of the Caspian Sea, the world’s largest inland body of water, is falling dramatically, and this is likely to intensify in the coming y...





What Does The Caspian Want  From Washington?

Policy Briefs, Reports

What Does The Caspian Want From Washington?

Author: Caspian Policy Center

Date: Mar 29, 2021



The Vital Resource: Water Management in Central Asia

Policy Briefs, Energy and Economy Program (EEP)

The Vital Resource: Water Management in Central Asia

Author: Caspian Policy Center

Date: Nov 12, 2020