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The China and Eurasia Forum

The China and Eurasia Forum

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Published by Christina Horvath
Energy, Environment and the
Future of Security in Central Asia

THE CHINA ANDEURASIA FORUM QUARTERLY

Editor-in-Chief
Niklas Swanström
Institute for Security and Development Policy

The China and Eurasia Forum Quarterly is a publication of the Central Asia-Caucasus
Institute & Silk Road Studies Program.
The Central Asia-Caucasus Institute & Silk Road Studies Program is a joint
transatlantic independent and externally funded research and policy center. The Joint
Center has offices in Washington and Stockholm, and is affiliated with the Paul H.
Nitze School of Advanced International Studies of Johns Hopkins University and the
Institute for Security and Development Policy (ISDP). It is the first Institution of its
kind in Europe and North America, and is today firmly established as a leading center
for research and policy worldwide, serving a large and diverse community of analysts,
scholars, policy-watchers, business leaders and journalists. The Joint Center aims to
be at the forefront of research on issues of conflict, security and development in the
region; and to function as a focal point for academic, policy, and public discussion of
the region through its applied research, its publications, teaching, research
cooperation, public lectures and seminars.
The China and Eurasia Forum is an independent forum which seeks to bring together
regional experts, academics, government policy makers, and business leaders with an
interest in the growing relationship between China and Eurasia. Focusing primarily
on Sino-Central Asian, Sino-Russian, and Sino-Caucasian relations, the aim of China
and Eurasia Forum Quarterly is to foster discussion and information sharing between a
geographically distant community that recognizes the significance of China's
emergence in this important part of the world. The journal aims to provide our readers
with a singular and reliable assessment of events and trends in the region written in
an analytical tone rather than a polemical one.

The Central Asia-Caucasus Institute, Paul H. Nitze School of
Advanced International Studies, 1619 Massachusetts Ave. NW, Washington, D.C.
20036, United States or The China and Eurasia Forum, The Silk Road Studies
Program, Institute for Security and Development Policy, V. Finnbodav. 2, 13130
Nacka-Stockholm, Sweden. E-mail: clen@silkroadstudies.org
Visit our Website at: www.chinaeurasia.org
Energy, Environment and the
Future of Security in Central Asia

THE CHINA ANDEURASIA FORUM QUARTERLY

Editor-in-Chief
Niklas Swanström
Institute for Security and Development Policy

The China and Eurasia Forum Quarterly is a publication of the Central Asia-Caucasus
Institute & Silk Road Studies Program.
The Central Asia-Caucasus Institute & Silk Road Studies Program is a joint
transatlantic independent and externally funded research and policy center. The Joint
Center has offices in Washington and Stockholm, and is affiliated with the Paul H.
Nitze School of Advanced International Studies of Johns Hopkins University and the
Institute for Security and Development Policy (ISDP). It is the first Institution of its
kind in Europe and North America, and is today firmly established as a leading center
for research and policy worldwide, serving a large and diverse community of analysts,
scholars, policy-watchers, business leaders and journalists. The Joint Center aims to
be at the forefront of research on issues of conflict, security and development in the
region; and to function as a focal point for academic, policy, and public discussion of
the region through its applied research, its publications, teaching, research
cooperation, public lectures and seminars.
The China and Eurasia Forum is an independent forum which seeks to bring together
regional experts, academics, government policy makers, and business leaders with an
interest in the growing relationship between China and Eurasia. Focusing primarily
on Sino-Central Asian, Sino-Russian, and Sino-Caucasian relations, the aim of China
and Eurasia Forum Quarterly is to foster discussion and information sharing between a
geographically distant community that recognizes the significance of China's
emergence in this important part of the world. The journal aims to provide our readers
with a singular and reliable assessment of events and trends in the region written in
an analytical tone rather than a polemical one.

The Central Asia-Caucasus Institute, Paul H. Nitze School of
Advanced International Studies, 1619 Massachusetts Ave. NW, Washington, D.C.
20036, United States or The China and Eurasia Forum, The Silk Road Studies
Program, Institute for Security and Development Policy, V. Finnbodav. 2, 13130
Nacka-Stockholm, Sweden. E-mail: clen@silkroadstudies.org
Visit our Website at: www.chinaeurasia.org

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THE CHINA ANDEURASIA FORUMQUARTERLY
Central Asia-Caucasus Institute & Silk Road Studies Program
Volume 8, No. 2
 
Summer 2010
Energy, Environment and theFuture of Security in Central Asia
 
THE CHINA ANDEURASIA FORUMQUARTERLY
Volume 8, No. 2 Summer 2010
 
Editor-in-Chief 
 
Niklas Swanström
 
Institute for Security and Development Policy
 
 
The
China and Eurasia Forum Quarterly
is a publication of the Central Asia-CaucasusInstitute & Silk Road Studies Program.The Central Asia-Caucasus Institute & Silk Road Studies Program is a jointtransatlantic independent and externally funded research and policy center. The JointCenter has offices in Washington and Stockholm, and is affiliated with the Paul H.Nitze School of Advanced International Studies of Johns Hopkins University and theInstitute for Security and Development Policy (ISDP). It is the first Institution of itskind in Europe and North America, and is today firmly established as a leading centerfor research and policy worldwide, serving a large and diverse community of analysts,scholars, policy-watchers, business leaders and journalists. The Joint Center aims tobe at the forefront of research on issues of conflict, security and development in theregion; and to function as a focal point for academic, policy, and public discussion of the region through its applied research, its publications, teaching, researchcooperation, public lectures and seminars.
The
 
China and Eurasia Forum
is an independent forum which seeks to bring togetherregional experts, academics, government policy makers, and business leaders with aninterest in the growing relationship between China and Eurasia. Focusing primarilyon Sino-Central Asian, Sino-Russian, and Sino-Caucasian relations, the aim of 
Chinaand Eurasia Forum Quarterly
is to foster discussion and information sharing between ageographically distant community that recognizes the significance of China'semergence in this important part of the world. The journal aims to provide our readerswith a singular and reliable assessment of events and trends in the region written inan analytical tone rather than a polemical one.
Abstracting Services
 The China and Eurasia Forum Quarterly is currently noted in the InternationalBibliography of the Social Sciences (IBSS) and is also available through EBSCOResearch Databases.
Subscriptions
 Subscription inquiries and requests for hard copies should be addressed to: The Chinaand Eurasia Forum, The Central Asia-Caucasus Institute, Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, 1619 Massachusetts Ave. NW, Washington, D.C.20036, United States or The China and Eurasia Forum, The Silk Road StudiesProgram, Institute for Security and Development Policy, V. Finnbodav. 2, 13130Nacka-Stockholm, Sweden. E-mail: clen@silkroadstudies.orgVisit our Website at: www.chinaeurasia.orgThe statements of fact or opinion expressed in the articles and commentaries do notnecessarily reflect those of the publisher and sponsors.Printed in Singapore by Stallion Press Ltd. © Central Asia-Caucasus Institute & SilkRoad Studies Program, 2007. The China and Eurasia Forum Quarterly
 
(ISSN 1653-4212)is published by the Central Asia-Caucasus Institute & Silk Road Studies Program<www.silkroadstudies.org>.Map used in the cover design is courtesy of the University of Texas Libraries, TheUniversity of Texas at Austin.

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