Trade in Eurasia is shifting to growing continental rather than regional ties at the same time as overland transports are becoming a viable option. If trade obstacles could be surmounted, this trend promises to have substantial implications for the landlocked states of Greater Central Asia and their access to world markets.
The Virtues and Potential Gains of Continental Trade in Eurasia
Nicklas Norling is Project Coordinator of the Regional Security Project at the Central Asia-Caucasus Institute and Silk Road Studies Program, a joint transatlantic research and policy center of Johns Hopkins University, U.S.A., and Uppsala University, Sweden; he is also Assistant Editor of the China and Eurasia Forum Quarterly.
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Nicklas Norling, Niklas Swanströöm; The Virtues and Potential Gains of Continental Trade in Eurasia. Asian Survey 1 June 2007; 47 (3): 351–373. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/as.2007.47.3.351
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