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Conflict in the Kyrgyz-Tajik border – a potential turning point for Central Asia

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Abstract

The armed conflict of last week between the armed forces of Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan is the culmination of years of low-level violence. While having an impact on the development, prosperity, and security of border communities and local villagers, these limited confrontations have not directly affected relations between the two countries. However, with some 50 dead, hundreds of injured, and thousands of displaced people, the current conflict could become a turning point not just in their bilateral dealings, but also and especially in the construction of a regional order in Central Asia.
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  • Kyrgyzstan, Regional mediation, Water disputes, Regional security, Tajikistan

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