Central Asia & Caucasus Data

Current platform capacity in Armenia, Georgia, Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, Turkmenistan & Uzbekistan.

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  • Pegasus Spyware: How Does It Work?
    on July 22, 2021

    The Pegasus spyware, which affects Android and iOS operating systems, can be installed without the phone owner ever knowing. It then has access to the phone's files, camera, and microphone, and it can also monitor the location.

  • Saying Goodbye To Afghanistan
    on July 21, 2021

    After nearly 20 years in Afghanistan, dozens of countries have been withdrawing their troops in recent months. More than 20 countries have left since 2020, and the complete pullout of U.S. and British troops is expected in August. Turkey and Azerbaijan have not announced withdrawal plans.

  • No Entry Into The European Union
    on July 20, 2021

    Almost 140,000 non-EU citizens were refused entry into the EU in 2020 -- mostly Ukrainians, Albanians, and Moldovans.

  • Pegasus: Hacking Journalists’ Mobile Phones Worldwide
    on July 19, 2021

    Military-grade spyware licensed by an Israeli firm was used in attempted and successful hacks of smartphones belonging to journalists, politicians, and human rights activists worldwide, according to an investigation by 17 media organizations and coordinated by Forbidden Stories and Amnesty International.

  • Ukraine wins and loses in Nord Stream 2 power play
    on July 24, 2021

    The United States and Russia seem to have reached a wider geopolitical deal on Ukraine, one with the future direction of energy flows at its heart. The two powers used the Eastern European country as a bargaining chip in their disputes over the Nord Stream 2 pipeline that is reportedly 98% complete and will provide The post Ukraine wins and loses in Nord Stream 2 power play appeared first on Asia Times.

  • Wake up, America: The world just isn’t that into you
    on July 24, 2021

    NEW YORK – Republicans, including many old friends, are outraged that the Biden administration gave up on sanctions against the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline that will pump Russian gas to Germany. Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX)—on whose foreign policy team I served during the 2016 campaign—declared that he would block Senate confirmation of all of The post Wake up, America: The world just isn’t that into you appeared first on Asia Times.

  • US quits CapEx as inflation squeezes margins
    on July 24, 2021

    The sugar high misrepresented as an economic recovery doesn’t entail any capital investment in industry, according to Bloomberg’s bottom-up survey of securities analysts. CapEx for the Industrials subsector of the S&P 500 Index will be about 30% below the 2019 level, the analysts’ project, and will still be 20% below the 2019 high water mark The post US quits CapEx as inflation squeezes margins appeared first on Asia Times.

  • New stable of unicorns riding high in India
    on July 24, 2021

    JAIPUR – The US$1.3 billion stock market listing of online food delivery company Zomato on Friday highlighted the galloping emergence of India’s unicorns, or start-up companies with valuations of over US$1 billion. International investors are warming to India’s increasingly start-up-friendly policies and huge market, particularly after getting their fingers burnt by China’s clampdown on high-tech corporations, The post New stable of unicorns riding high in India appeared first on Asia Times.