Kazakhstan Initiative Brief No. 3, April 2014
On April 21, 2014, the Central Asia Program at the George Washington University held an international conference on “Youth in Kazakhstan: Societal Changes, Challenges and Opportunities,” as part of its Kazakhstan Initiative.
The conference was opened by Peter Rollberg, Director of GW’s Institute for European, Russian and Eurasian Studies, and H.E. Kairat Umarov, Ambassador of Kazakhstan to the United States. The keynote speaker, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary Ambassador Richard Hoagland, presented the US policy toward Kazakhstan and insisted on the importance of youth for the future of Central Asian countries.
- The United States and Central Asia: An enduring vision for partnership and connectivity in the 21st century
- Revisiting ‘Great Games’ and ‘New Silk Roads’ in Central Asia
- Ambassador Olzhas Suleymenov Permanent Representative of Kazakhstan to UNESCO At the George Washington University, November 6, 2013
- Kazakh Culture in the 20th and 21st centuries: Legacies and Innovations
- Discussing the ‘New Silk Road’ Strategy in Central Asia