By Marintha Miles
In this EUCAM Watch, we asked three Central Asian scholars and one EU policy-maker to share their views on the opportunities for Central Asia.
Under the editorship of Professor Rebecca Gould (University of Bristol, UK) this series focuses on literary texts by non-Russian peoples of the former Soviet Union, with an emphasis on Central Asia and the Caucasus, while also engaging with the literatures of cognate geographies and neighboring terrains. Rather than prioritizing regional rubrics, " Central Asian Literatures [...]
By Murad Ismayilov
Armament Strategies and Development of the Kazakhstani Military-Industrial Complex: Stakes and Prospects
By Sebastien Peyrouse
Travel Grants to Participate in the CESS Regional Conference: The Joint ESCAS-CESS Conference in Bishkek, June 29-July 2
By Serik Jaxylykov
This book highlights the importance of water resources in historical, political, economic and social events in Central Asian societies.
By Berikbol Dukeyev
Event hosted at CAP April 10, 2017.