Exiting from a Sparse Hegemony: Central Asia’s Place in a Transforming Liberal International Order

Alexander Cooley and Dan Nexon argue that although “proclamations about the untimely death of U.S. hegemony have been proven wrong in the past, [the case of Central Asia] provides compelling evidence as to why this time transformations in the liberal international order are likely to prove far more significant and enduring.”

Read the full piece from the Oxus Society for Central Asian Affairs.