The United States in chasing the Caspian Sea

Jhilzov S., Zhon I. The United States in chasing the Caspian Sea
Author: Jhilzov S., Zhon I.
Year: 2009
Pages: 200
Cover: hard cover
Book size: 60x90/16
ISBN: 978-5-7133-1353-1

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The book reveals the evolution of the U.S. administration's strategy in the Caspian region since the 90-ies of XX century., After the formation of new independent states. The favorable geographical position, significant reserves of hydrocarbons, the intersection of transport communications identified the increased interest in the Caspian region, the U.S. government and private entities. United States, declaring that region vital to its interests, began to implement its geo-strategic and geo-economic goals.


The terrorist attacks on the United States September 11, 2001, then held the anti-terrorist operation in Afghanistan and the war in Iraq have dramatically changed the geopolitical configuration in this part of the world.


The next step in the American deck of unsuitable is Iran, which is the last obstacle in order to close the energy ellipse, covering the countries of the Caspian region.


For political scientists, international relations and those interested in the geopolitical problems of the Caspian region.