The present-day challenges confronting Central Asia are highly likely to persist over the coming years: some internal, others having to do with regional trends and tensions. Following ASPI's project examining the crisis of governance in Central Asia, ASPI has continued to provide a forum for dialogue about how the region can increase security, manage conflicts, strengthen the rule of law, and deepen ties with the rest of Asia.
articleKazakhstan was recently categorised by the German analytical centre, ‘Foundation for Science and Politics,’ as a ‘middle power’ – a nation with considerable influence in the global political and economic arena.
articleMeera Gopal and Betty Wang analyze Asia's climate pledges at COP28 and explore the implications of these commitments for global climate action and policy.
article"Construction challenges aside, a geopolitical interest is obvious" writes Asia Society Policy Institute research associate, Genevieve Donnellon-May.
reportA new report on priorities for Asia to close its climate finance gap and steer towards net zero emissions by mid-century.