The Role of Central Asia in Afghanistan

Ambassador Robert O. Blake, Martha Brill Olcott July 12, 2012 Washington, D.C.
Summary
As Central Asia plays a fundamental role in efforts to develop a peaceful and stable Afghanistan as well as a secure and prosperous region, the United States must continue to actively engage with Central Asian countries.
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As Central Asia plays a fundamental role in efforts to develop a peaceful and stable Afghanistan as well as a secure and prosperous region, the United States must continue to actively engage with Central Asian countries.

Assistant Secretary of State Robert O. Blake discussed the prospects for developing Central Asia into a region of economic opportunity, which could help lead to regional integration. 

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Source carnegieendowment.org/2012/07/12/role-of-central-asia-in-afghanistan/ck5t

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