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29 Oct, 2015 10:48

Playing the players? (ft. Alex Cooley, Director of Columbia University's Harriman Institute)

Competition between the world’s largest powers for influence in Central Asia is seen as the new Great Game of the 21st century. But with the weakening of security in the region and the strengthening of authoritarian regimes as a result, is it time to change the rules of the game? Oksana is joined by Alexander Cooley, a professor of Russian, Eurasian and Eastern European studies and Director of Columbia University's Harriman Institute, to discuss these issues.

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