Central Asia Fellows Papers No. 5, August 2014
By Said Yakhyoev
Said Yakhyoev holds master’s degrees in Political Science from OSCE Academy and in International Peacebuilding from the University of Notre Dame. Said’s interest and experience are in good governance in the extractive industries and its linkages to conflict. He has worked at a non-profit Bank Information Center in Washington, D.C. where he promoted transparency and sustainable policies of the international financial institutions investing in extractive industries. He works at the OSCE Office in Tajikistan promoting development policies and cross-border trade. During his fellowship he studied the ways Tajik rural administrations could answer their energy needs based on the example of the Rasht Valley.
- Foreign Trade Effects of the Customs Union between Belarus, Kazakhstan, and Russia
- Inequality in Secondary Education and Kazakhstan’s Risk of Becoming a Fragmented Society
- Youth Radicalization in Tajikistan: Causes, Consequences, and Challenges to Address
- Engaging Youth to Sustain (Inter-Communal) Peace at the Tajikistan-Kyrgyzstan Border
- The highly securitized insecurities of state borders in the Fergana Valley