UDC 327.7

THE COLLECTIVE SECURITY TREATY ORGANIZATION IN UZBEKISTAN’S FOREIGN POLICY STRATEGY

Klevakina Eugeniya Vladimirovna
Peoples` friendship institute of Caucasus

Abstract
The author examines the role of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) in foreign policy strategy of the former member states on the example of Uzbekistan in this article. Studying the sources the author analyzes the history between the former member states and the organization, defines national interests and reasons to suspense their membership. Also there is some guidance on future relations building in the organization.

Keywords: Collective Security Treaty, foreign policy strategy, national interests, Organization of Collective Security Treaty, political-military integration process in post-Soviet space


Category: Political science

Article reference:
The Collective Security Treaty Organization in Uzbekistan's foreign policy strategy // Humanities scientific researches. 2014. № 1 [Electronic journal]. URL: https://human.snauka.ru/en/2014/01/5518

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