Changes in the political landscape

Changes in the political landscape
The political changes now becoming evident in most democratic countries are often decried as caused by “populists.” So-called radical movements, however, can also be seen as a response to the failures of self-absorbed political “elites.” Consequently, the shifts they prompt may be a form of creative destruction necessary to make room for more effective policies and free debate.

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A photograph of the leaders of the United States and Uzbekistan shaking hands in the Oval Office at the White House in 2018

The geopolitical rivalry in Central Asia will only intensify

In Central Asia’s quickly evolving geopolitical setting, the more economically and politically advanced states keep opening doors wider to Europe and the U.S. while skillfully balancing relationships with Russia and China. The pandemic and economic slowdown have intensified this political rivalry.

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