After the collapse of the Soviet Union, the newly independent states of Central Asia have confronted a number of unresolved issues related to the Soviet legacy of Weapon of Mass Destruction (WMD) development programs.
In the context of global security challanges that spread across the Middle East and North Africa dramatically reshaping the geopolitical landscape of the region more than anything else demonstrated the importance of ensuring international and regional security.
On August 29, 2016, the Republic of Kazakhstan would celebrate 25 years since the accession to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, which has defined the country`s anti-nuclear policy since getting its independence in 1991.
After years of pursuing the concept that Caspian Sea is a sea of peace and friendship littoral states were confronted with a situation where the Caspian Navy Forces were formally involved in the hostilities outside the region.
İnsanlığın tarihsel gelişim sürecinde kimlik olgusu, siyasi ve sosyo-ekonomik süreçlerin seyrini etkilemede her zaman önemli bir rol oynamıştır. Zamanla kimlik oluşumunda kullanılan modeller ve yaklaşımlar değişmiş ve farklı dönemlerin etkisi altında kalmıştır.
Since gaining independence in 1991 Kyrgyzstan has officially been globalized. The relations of the United States (U.S.) with Central Asia commenced in the early 1990s, entailing diplomatic recognition and opening of embassies. According to the agreement between the governments of the U.S.
Director of the Central Asian Studies Center (CASC) assoc. professor of KIMEP University Nargis Kassenova in his seminar on the topic of “Security in Central: Sources of State Resilience” mentioned that the topic of security has a wide coverage and contains many dimensions.