The vision of a transportation corridor linking Europe to Asia through the Caucasus and Central Asia was conceived almost a soon as the USSR collapsed. However, in spite of progress, major infrastructure remains to be built for this corridor to truly matter. In the past year, geopolitical developments have spurred the states in Central Asia and the Caucasus into action. Major regional states have linked arms like never before to speed this corridor into realization. To discuss the corridor, its challenges and its implications, the Central Asia-Caucasus Institute invites you to the following web-based Forum.
- Gen. Gaidar Abdikerimov, Secretary General, TITR (Trans-Caspian International Transport Route)
- Dr. Charles Kunaka, Lead Transport Specialist, Transport Global Practice, World Bank
- Dr. Brenda Shaffer, Research Faculty Member, Energy Academic Group, Naval Postgraduate School
- Dr. Mamuka Tsereteli, Senior Fellow, CACI