JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT POLICY AND PRACTICE
U. S. Economical Strategic Interests in Central Asia: Current
Situations and Expectations for the Future
Author(s): David Pihlblad, Robert Guang Tian
Citation: David Pihlblad, Robert Guang Tian, (2012) "U. S. Economical Strategic Interests in Central Asia: Current Situations and Expectations for the Future," Journal of Management Policy and Practice, Vol. 13, Iss. 3, pp. 95 - 105
Article Type: Research paper
Publisher: North American Business Press
This paper discusses and probes the international economics theories and their implications in terms of US and Central Asia region by analyzing what the benefits that both sides can get by international trading and cooperation. It demonstrates the significance of Central Asia region to US and the significance of US to Central Asia region as well as US domestic economies and the economical connections with Central Asia region, trade history, and so on. It stresses the development of economical relationships between the two parties, analyzes Central Asia region economical situation and the rationale that they keep good economical connections with the US in terms of international trading and cooperation, as well as regional trading and cooperation. It highlights what the US’s major strategic economic interests are in the Central Asia region and why these interests are important to the US. Lastly, it discusses the current situation and problems that need to be solved and how can occur.