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||U.S. and Iranian strategic competition : competition in Afghanistan, Central Asia, and Pakistan / by Erin Fitzgerald and Varun Vira.
||Washington DC : Center For Strategic and International Studies, 2011.
||34 p. : map ; 30 cm.
“September 12, 2011.”
“CSIS Center For Strategic and International Studies, Burke Chair in Strategy.”
Includes bibliographic references.
Contents: Afghanistan—Iran’s relations with Afghanistan—Competition for Iranian influence in a post-US withdrawal Afghanistan—Implications for US policy—Pakistan—The impact of growing US-Pakistani tensions—Iranian-Pakistani tensions—US and Iranian competition over energy—The Baloch and other regional issues—Sunni-Shi’ite issues—Nuclear issues—Implications for US policy—Central Asia—Kazakhstan—US and Kazakh relations—Iranian and Kazakh relations—Implications for US policy—Kyrgyzstan—Iran and Kyrgyzstan relations and tensions—Implications for US policy—Tajikistan—US relations with Tajikistan—Iranian relations with Tajikistan—Implications for US policy—Turkmenistan—Iranian relations with Turkmenistan—Implications for US policy—Uzbekistan—US relations with Uzbekistan—Iranian relations with Uzbekistan—Implications for US policy.
Summary: overview of US and Iranian relationships with Afghanistan, Pakistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan.
||Iran – Foreign relations – United States.
United States – Foreign relations – Iran.
Asia, Central – Politics and government.