The aim of the Special Issue is to integrate the Central Asian experience in our analysis of Stalinism and to incorporate current debates on Stalinism into our understanding of early Soviet Central Asia.
At a workshop hosted by George Washington University’s Central Asia Program, John Heathershaw, an associate professor in international relations at the University of Exeter, and David Montgomery, a visiting assistant professor in anthropology at the University of Pittsburgh, discussed the findings of their report, released last November by Chatham House, The Myth of Post-Soviet Muslim Radicalization in the Central Asian Republics.
The Mongolia Society will be meeting in conjunction with the 16th Annual conference of the Central Eurasian Studies Society (CESS) at George Washington University in Washington, DC, on Saturday, October 17, 2015.
The SSRC seeks a Program Officer/Director for its new Digital Culture program.
The Central Asia Program is happy to announce the launch of the Central Asian Analytical Network (CAAN)
CAAN is a new, integrated platform designed to increase Central Asian citizens’ access to objective information and analysis.
The Future of Central Asian Studies: A Eulogy Posted on March 8, 2015 by Sarah Kendzior Reposted by Central Asia Program from http://sarahkendzior.com on April 8, 2015.
To celebrate the completion of the International Water for Life Decade (2005-2015), the United Nations organized an exhibition and selected our photo to display!
FIDH is currently seeking a consultant for a new programme on “Building capacity to protect and promote the rights of labour migrants and their families in Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan”.
How will Kazakhstan address developments in Ukraine, the Eurasia Economic Union, and in Afghanistan? Three experts from Kazakhstan share their thoughts on these and related issues.
The United States and Central Asia: An enduring vision for partnership and connectivity in the 21st century
On March 31, the Brookings Foreign Policy and Global Economy and Development programs will host Deputy Secretary of State Antony Blinken for a public address on current priorities and future prospects for U.S. engagement in Central Asia.