Asia Central en el marco de la Union Economica Eurosiatica
Since the beginning of history, the region of Central Asia has stood out for being a geographical zone with unique characteristics that have contributed significantly to the definition of Euro-Asian geopolitical events. The territory that is now recognized as Central Asia, made up of five countries: Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistam, due to its geographical conditions in general and orographic conditions in particular, has always accompanied the historical account of humanity and its more transcendent empires.
Central Asia is now in the midst of an overhelming Digital Revolution, although its strategic location has been compensated with technological advances in a new geopolitics of the 21st century, determined by a change of eras that pass from the Atlantic to the Pacific, and their challenge no longer calls for climbing mountains or venturing with dromedaries the difficulty of their deserts. Yesterday's challenge, today more current than ever, implying connecting with fluidity and security the baggage of two continents, continues to require the participation of an Asian center, of that geographical-geopolitical bridge between Europe and Asia.
As Octavio Paz said, "what has happened, is still happening", and Asia in General and Central and East Asia in particular, call for a rediscovery of their geopolitical and geoeconomic importance.