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The United States falls behind in Central Asia

With Moscow, Beijing and Ankara jockeying for influence in Central Asia, the Biden administration could be tempted to compete alongside them. However, the U.S. is unlikely to get very far ahead. With American soft power at its nadir, Washington will have a hard time to convince regional partners that it still has something to offer.

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