Journal Articles | 03 April 2012

Behind the mountains

In an article in May/June edition of The American Interest, Konrad Muller explores the anxieties toward China that still linger in Kazakhstan, Central Asia's most significant state economically and politically, and a country in which China has very serious interests: diversifying oil supplies, maintaining a stable western periphery, and promoting trade to fuel economic growth in Xinjiang. 

  • Konrad Muller

In an article in May/June edition of The American Interest, Konrad Muller explores the anxieties toward China that still linger in Kazakhstan, Central Asia's most significant state economically and politically, and a country in which China has very serious interests: diversifying oil supplies, maintaining a stable western periphery, and promoting trade to fuel economic growth in Xinjiang. 

  • Konrad Muller