Roman Muzalevsky

Roman Muzalevsky works for iJet Intelligent Risk Systems, Inc. and is a Contributing Analyst at Wikistrat. He received his MA in International Affairs with concentration in Security and Strategy Studies from Yale University. He has authored a book titled “Central Asia’s Shrinking Connectivity Gap: Implications for U.S. Strategy,” which can be found here

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    Turkey Looks Forward, Talks SCO

    In his TV interview on February 1, Turkish Prime Minster Recep Tayyip Erdogan suggested that Turkey is ready to drop its European Union membership bid and become a member of

    Global Struggle for Kazakh Uranium Resources

    As global nuclear energy demand grows, countries possessing uranium reserves are poised to reap enormous economic and political dividends from production and export of this resource. Yet, the gains may

    The EU and Kazakhstan Aim for Enhanced Partnership

    In late October Kazakhstan’s President, Nursultan Nazarbayev, visited Brussels where he met with Belgian Prime Minister Yves Leterme, the European Council president, Herman Von Rompuy, and NATO Secretary-General Anders Fogh

    Turkmenistan Seeks Expanded Cooperation with Qatar

    On October 11, Turkmen President, Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov, visited Qatar and met with the country’s Emir, Sheikh Tamim bin Khamad al-Tani, concluding a series of agreements in the energy, trade, and

    CSTO: Half Dead, Half Alive

    “CORF [Collective Operational Reaction forces] will be no worse than NATO,” claimed Russian President, Dmitry Medvedev, only one year ago. Today, these words are used in Russia to popularize the

    The US Expands Military Ties with Tajikistan

    The US Ambassador to Tajikistan, Ken Gross, announced on June 25 that the US plans to open a military training center in Tajikistan pending the signing of related agreements with