CACI Online Forum: America’s New Strategy for Central Asia: Is it Happening?

Related Categories: Democracy and Governance; Human Rights and Humanitarian Issues; International Economics and Trade; CAMCA; Caucasus; Central Africa
Related Expert: S. Frederick Starr, Svante E. Cornell

In February 2020, the U.S. released a new Strategy for Central Asia, subtitled “Advancing Sovereignty and Economic Prosperity.” Since then, the world has changed. How is this Strategy being implemented? This Central Asia-Caucasus Institute Forum discussion will focus on the concrete steps to implement America’s Strategy towards Central Asia.

Our guest speaker Lisa Curtis, White House Deputy Assistant to the President and Senior Director for South and Central Asia at the National Security Council, will discuss initiatives undertaken as part of the new strategy.

This discussion was moderated by: S. Frederick Starr, Chairman, Central Asia-Caucasus Institute.