U.S. foreign policy over the past two presidents has been difficult for leaders in post-Soviet countries to gauge. At various times, they have been friends when an airbase was needed, foes when abuses of human rights were reported and, more frequently, ignored as a strategic partner. The incoming administration inherits a sense of unease in the region but also opportunity.
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