LOGISTICS & DIPLOMACY IN CENTRAL ASIA
OUVRAGE DISPONIBLE EN VERSION ELECTRONIQUE UNIQUEMENT !
Geography is not meant to wage war*. This multi-faceted book was written with the strong belief that connecting the logistics industry and politics is critical. Globally, politics decides and plans, transport structures and develops, and logistics organises and interconnects the regions. Such a
combination is becoming increasingly crucial, especially in Central Asia, as public authorities tend to rely on private partners to carry out their development strategy regarding regional planning. The Public Private partnership (PPPs) framework is emerging as an appropriate legal, financial
and regulatory tool, given that such a tool must be used with judgment according to the heritage, current requirements, and the vision of a country.
As renowned professionals in the infrastructure industry, Axelcium and Roxalex are partners in the Sefacil Foundation’s initiative in Central Asia as they share the belief that collaborative approaches are most appropriate for making opportunities a reality. Central Asia is a promising domestic
market that can boost the region’s economic and strategic attractiveness by leveraging financial and fiscal drivers that will support value creation in investment-prone regions.
Through the diversity of opinions and the various approaches, this book shows how much the political field must seize the potential offered by logistics in a vision that combines regional geopolitical interests with geostrategic and transnational trade objectives.