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21 Feb 2017 10:24

Behrouz Ghezel

Hidden Layers of Berdimuhamedov’s Victory in Turkmenistan’s Presidential Election

  Turkmenistan’s presidential election was held on February 12, 2017, but it is interesting that almost everyone knew that Berdimuhamedov would be the Turkmen President for the third time. Websites critical of the Turkmen government carried out polls in the last days before the election,...

Heads of states attend a photo session during the third Gas Exporting Countries Forum (GECF) summit in Tehran, Iran, on November 23, 2015
8 Feb 2017 16:59

Behrouz Ghezel

Gas Game: Evaluating Turkmenistan’s Foreign Policy Behavior Pattern

  After the gas supply of some Iranian northern provinces was suddenly cut off in the winter of 2008 by Turkmenistan and the unexpected reactions of this state to some problem of the Caspian Sea, and the sudden disruption in affairs of the Iranian transit fleet in recent months, now the gas game ...

2 Jan 2017 21:23

Behrouz Ghezel

Turkmenistan “Gas Game” on Iran from a Different Angle

  In the new era, Turkmenistan’s political elites, like other Central Asian states, have faced major problems to achieve the objectives of development and stability in the years following their independence. This has affected this state’s foreign policy behavior and at times been a ...

President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev (R) stands in silence after he laid flowers to Uzbekistan
27 Nov 2016 13:36

Mohammad Alavizadeh

Why the US and Russia Are In Favor of 'Succession Hypothesis' in the Central Asia?

During the past two decades, it has always been shown that the US follows the tradition of misinterpretation in chaotic regions. George W. Bush, based on misplaced trust, misrepresentations, and poor predictions, accused Saddam Hussein of having weapons of mass destruction and invaded Iraq in 2003....