CURRENT TRENDS OF THE U.S. POLICY TOWARD THE CENTRAL ASIA: INTEREST GROUPS AND CONSENSUS PROSPECTS
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CURRENT TRENDS OF THE U.S. POLICY TOWARD THE CENTRAL ASIA: INTEREST GROUPS AND CONSENSUS PROSPECTS
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The article analyses approaches in the Democratic and Republican parties of various interest groups toward the American policy to Central Asia on the current stage, as well as conditions in the Administration and Congress for forming a bipartisan consensus on the issue.
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foreign policy of the U.S., Central Asia, Democratic party, Republican party, interest groups, neoliberals, progressives, realists, conservatives, Russia, China
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09.12.2017
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