Review of US Policy towards Central Asia Under Trump Administration

Zhanna Dossan


The research presents the review of US Policy towards Central Asia under Trump Administration. The research has used qualitative research design following the content analysis approach. The findings showed that the administrative policies offer few advantages to the Central Asia under Trump administration. The administrative policies of the US under Trump present that there are very few incentives for the Central Asia leaders as it risks its relationship with the new powerful neighbors. Also, the addition of the Kyrgyzstan in the list of countries for the citizens who are barred from applying for immigrant visas to the U.S. which also reinforcing this message. Although efforts are underway for the development of the Uzbekistan, this is not comparable to the capital flows from China and Russia. The findings showed that the United States must come forward and lead the administration for beginning evidence distribution activities to offer proper, criminal intelligence in chasing and prohibiting probable extremists in the region. Although Trump administrative efforts are aimed for a realistic success, these are found to be unrealistic for achieving the incentives.

Keywords: United States, Trafficking, Trump, Terrorism, Cyber

DOI: 10.7176/JLPG/103-08

Publication date: November 30th 2020

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