Traditional Security in Eurasia

  title={Traditional Security in Eurasia},
  author={Nicola Contessi},
  journal={The RUSI Journal},
  pages={50 - 57}
Abstract The brewing conflict over the division of resources located in the Caspian Sea has long been cited as a driver of the growth in naval capabilities of the five littoral states. However, to focus on this aspect would be to neglect the political and diplomatic advances of recent years, as well as other local and global geopolitical factors that have contributed to increased tension. Nicola Contessi explores the intricate dynamics at play in the region and the ongoing efforts to unpick… 
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