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"Central Asia’s rich hydrocarbon and uranium resources could serve the needs of a rapidly industrializing India’s economy and nuclear-energy program."

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Threats to national security are a global issue facing the world presently. Of the 7 billion people of the world 1.4 billion live in #SouthAsia. Even though many parts of the region are peaceful and trouble-free there are still potential threats to national security in many South Asian countries.

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Applying conflict sensitivity in #Yemen: the dynamics of acceptance by Shoqi Maktary

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#AlQaeda (#AQAP) in #Yemen & Aviation Security by Simon "Mouse" Clark

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#CentralAsian perspectives on the prospects for conflict resolution and stabiliza- tion in #Afghanistan are mostly similar with regard to the causes of the conflict in Afghanistan, with some differences resulting from ethnic solidarity.

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One of the most enduring myths of Caucasus history involves the little-noticed and oddly placed border between #Turkey and #Azerbaijan. At first glance at any map, this border is not readily apparent and seems almost nonexistent. However, on closer inspection, one can see a small sliver of land jutting out from Turkey's northeastern #Igdir Province to the northern #Sadarak and #Sharur raions of Azerbaijan's #Nakhichevan Autonomous Republic.

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This article aims to provide an insight into the complexities associated with formulating a cease-fire agreement between the #Russian Federation and the #Ukraine. The historical context of this long running dispute displays a legacy of agreement and resolution which, never appear to materialize into an implemented peaceful settlement. It outlines some of the previous agreements and highlights their documentation.

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Nations live in times not in ages. #Pakistan is still passing through a premature period of its birth. Its progress has not been perpetual. What makes sense about a developing country is the hope which can be realized by its future 'developed and advanced.’ Pakistan is learning through its past experiences and present situations.

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