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Central Asia's leaders voice this fear.
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Borders in the region are porous, especially the 800-mile long Afghanistan-Tajikistan border, which is almost entirely unguarded.
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The most prominent terror group in Central Asia, the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan, is now based in the Pakistan-Afghanistan borderlands and seems to have moved on entirely from its namesake.
Scholars who study the group say that while it has kept the name, it now expresses.
Nearly a century of Soviet-driven modernisation made the vast majority of Central Asians into secular citizens with little taste for Taliban-style conservatism.
Two or three years ago, the main question between Tajikistan and US representatives was economic questions, human rights, democracy, and stability.
But now, the main topic is military cooperation, transit.
Muhiddin Kabiri, Tajikistan's leading opposition figure Additionally, 3 will likely 3 little from Afghanistan to spill over: while the details are still being worked out, the US and NATO will still maintain a in Afghanistan after 2014, at least enough to keep a lid on any serious instability.
And even during their heyday, the Taliban were concentrated in southern Afghanistan and had little to do with their northern neighbours.
Yet, the narrative of "spillover" survives because it serves every powerful constituency involved in Central 3 />For Central Asia's dictatorial governments, it both attracts aid from foreign partners and allows them to tar any opposition in their countries, including legitimate political dissent, as dangerous and destabilising.
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This diverts attention from their own responsibility for the drug trade and legitimises the repression of local Islamist movements by fusing notions of political opposition, Islamist extremism, and the drug trade.
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Most notably, the US has military and other security assistance to Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan over the last several years, despite the fact security forces there are corrupt and used more commonly against political opponents than against real threats.
And it's used the spillover narrative to justify the aid.
In the case of Uzbekistan, for example, cooperation with the US has "raised their profile with international terrorist organisations, who may want to target Uzbekistan in retribution.
So, it is very much in our interest to help Uzbekistan defend itself against such attacks,"the State Department's top diplomat for Central Asia.
As it leaves Afghanistan, the US has promised to leave some of its military equipment behind in Central Asia to help these governments protect themselves.
And recently, CENTCOM that it is planning to increase intelligence sharing with its partners in its area of responsibility, including in Central Asia.
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The CSTO also has taken on in Central Asia 3 monitoring the Internet and preventing anti-government demonstrations.
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This country is where drug trafficking routes originate, from its territory armed groups and illegal migrants cross into neighbouring states and fundamentalist ideology is being exported.
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Meanwhile, security assistance hasboth in real terms and as a proportion of total US aid to Central Asia: from around 5 percent throughout the 1990s to more than 30 percent every year since 2007.
The true motivation behind this funding is at least as much a desire to buy access for transit routes as it is a 3 response to the "spillover" threat.
But the latter provides public cover for a policy that would otherwise be hard to sell.
Central Asian leaders hardly need help oppressing their populations, but arming them doesn't improve the situation.
A Tajikistan military operation last summer in the city of Khorog was a in which soldiers shot indiscriminately at civilians.
One international official in Dushanbe said Tajikistan felt "emboldened" by US military aid to carry out the operation.
And a human rights lawyer in Khorog, Manuchehr Kholiqnazarov, complained that "If the US gives money to our army and law enforcement agencies, they need to control where these funds go.
The Americans should ask why their money is being used to attack civilians instead of attacking terrorists and drug traffickers.
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