Indo-Central Asian Cooperation: Interests and Challenges


  • Dilip Kumar Maurya


geo-strategic, geo-economic, democratization, ONGC, Indo-US Civil Nuclear Cooperation, radical islamisation, operational airlift, TAPI pipeline.


With the end of the cold war and the disintegration of the Soviet Union has brought major changes in India’s security policy. The demise of Soviet Union has resulted in the emergence of time new independent state, known as Central Asian States. The countries are poor but rich in mineral resources. The world is attracted towards this region how to exploit the region for their own benefits. The author has examined this issue in the light of Indian compulsions and challenges that it could have to have from the major powers and the growing the instability in the region.



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Maurya, D. K. (2016). Indo-Central Asian Cooperation: Interests and Challenges. SMART MOVES JOURNAL IJELLH, 4(9), 13. Retrieved from