Strategy and Challenges for in the Central Asia Integration

Xie Cheng, Deng Bei


After gaining independence, actively pursued the status of a "permanently neutral state", aiming to leverage a neutral foreign policy for enhanced stability and peace in Central Asia. Has formulated distinct engagement policies at various stages of Central Asian integration, ensuring the country's flexible position in the region based on national interests, neutrality, and the decisions of the supreme Leader. However, encounters significant practical obstacles in engaging in Central Asian integration due to the uncertain prospects of regional integration and its unitary economic structure. If can sustain its engagement, strategically adjust its foreign policy, and optimize its economic reforms, it will be able to assume a more significant role in the process of Central Asian integration.

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