This research is an endeavour to examine the dynamics of interest determining the complex political situation in Central Asia. These states have come into being from the trauma of freedom and became the master of their own destinies. The region has energy resources which attract the other countries of the world to get access to them. Many world countries such as Pakistan, Iran, India, China, U.S. and Russia have economic, political and strategic interests in the region. Its geo-strategic location makes it difficult for the Central Asian Republics to ignore it. The article concludes that only culture and history cannot be a bank on for the improvement of cooperation among the nations, but new strategic policies and the dynamics of the modern geopolitical world must be kept in mind while formulating a policy to follow the economic targets.
1-Muhammad Ayaz Khan: Assistant Professor (HOD), Department of Political Science, Hazara University, Mansehra, KP, Pakistan 2-Sajid Hussain: Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Swabi, Swabi, KP, Pakistan.3-Abdur Rehman: Professor, Department of Political Science, Hazara University, Mansehra, KP, Pakistan