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Includes bibliographical references (pages 51-55).
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Examines long-term U.S. military interests in Central Asia.
Preface; Contents; Figures; Summary; Acknowledgments; Acronyms; CHAPTER ONE- Introduction: Policy Choices for a Remote but Critical Region; CHAPTER TWO- Defining U.S. Interests in Central Asia; Background; Operation Enduring Freedom: Access and Reward; U.S. Security Priorities Since September 11: Implications for Central Asia; U.S. Presence and U.S. Interests; Defining U.S. Policy Today; CHAPTER THREE- The Military Role in U.S. Relations with Central Asia; After Operation Enduring Freedom: What Comes Next?; Permanent Presence: Two Rationales.
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