Intense fighting continues in the northern Afghanistan province of Panjshir, where rebel forces are resisting the Taliban takeover.
Most of the countries Eurasianet covers were involved in the airlift. Some even contributed troops during the 20-year war.
European officials aware that 2015 migrant crisis reshaped global politics quick to offer Afghanistan’s neighbours millions to at least temporarily host people who have fled the Taliban.
The UNHCR has estimated half a million could attempt to flee Taliban rule by year-end, but Central Asia, Iran and Turkey will prove far from welcoming.
Horrific scenes after suicide bombers detonate devices in crowds thronging entrance to airport.
US exit from Afghanistan is brewing up a Salafi storm in which Turkey’s Syria militants could play a role.
Turkmenistan is embracing the Taliban takeover next door and refusing to get involved in humanitarian operations. This and more in Eurasianet’s weekly briefing.
The future of plans for a gas pipeline, trade links to South Asian ports, power transmission lines and railways will remain up in the air until the direction of the new Afghan regime is clear.
Kabul fell to Taliban forces on August 15 with almost no fighting, completing the Islamic fundamentalists' recapture of Afghanistan in just six weeks since the US pulled out.
The president’s latest stunt highlights how Turkmenistan is increasingly devoted to military aviation acquisitions from Italy. Eurasianet’s weekly briefing.
Turkmenistan sees Japan as an important source of technical knowhow and investment, and the enthusiasm is mutual. Eurasianet’s weekly briefing.
It’s bad news for plans to expand farming, but even worse for herders.
Ashgabat has great confidence these days in its Europe-bound exports. Plus, a mysterious tragedy on the Afghan border. Eurasianet's weekly Turkmenistan briefing.
Moscow wants to heavily constrain Washington's scope for action, however.
There is strong political will to forge trade, transport and energy links between Central and South Asia, but achieving this depends on restoring peace in Afghanistan.
Turkmenistan is showing itself happy to work with the Taliban. This and more in Eurasianet's weekly briefing.
Studies detect shifts in precipitation patterns in the Tian Shan mountains that supply region with much of its freshwater.
Issue one of many to be addressed by July 15-16 conference, "Central and South Asia: regional dependence. Threats and opportunities", convened on initiative of Uzbek president.
The delegation of top fighters turned up saying the Taliban already controls most of Afghanistan.
The Taliban launched an assault on the northern regions of Afghanistan against government troops about a week ago and have rapidly captured most of the northern provinces.