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Globalization and Change in Central Asia

April W. Palmerlee, Senior Coordinator for International Women's Issues
US Department of State
   Remarks to the Center for the Humanities and Art
 University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia
  February 19, 2003

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The United States is committed to helping Central Asia become a stable, peaceful, prosperous region. U.S. interests in the region are threefold:

*  Preventing the spread of terrorism,

*  Providing tools for political and economic reform and institution of the rule of law, and

*  Ensuring the security and transparent development of Caspian energy reserves.

In order to achieve these goals, the United States is increasing military and counter-terrorism cooperation as well as pressing for fundamental political, economic, and societal reforms and for the development of increased respect for human rights, including women s rights...



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