EUCAM Watch: Issue 17 – May 2017

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. In what sectors can Central Asia make progress and what can Europe do to help or how can it play a positive role? The EU Special Representative for Central Asia, Peter [...]

Travel Grants to Participate in the CESS Regional Conference

Call for Applications Travel Grants to Participate in the CESS Regional Conference: The Joint ESCAS-CESS Conference in Bishkek, June 29-July 2 CESS is pleased to announce that participants in the Joint ESCAS-CESS Conference may apply for travel grants to help cover conference-related costs to attend the conference at the American University of Central Asia in [...]

New Book Published: Security and Human Right to Water in Central Asia

This book highlights the importance of water resources in historical, political, economic and social events in Central Asian societies. It analyzes the current risks and threats arising from a mismanagement of water resources in Central Asia (Amu Darya basin) through the different dimensions of human security (environmental, economic, social and political) and its impact on […]

Filmatique Presents: Heavenly Nomadic

Filmatique Presents: Heavenly Nomadic

Filmatique is pleased to announced the US premiere of Heavenly Nomadic by Mirlan Abdykalykov, the Kyrgyz entry for Best Foreign Language Film at the 88th Academy Awards, on its streaming platform.

Title VIII Fellowship at CESSI

CESSI has reopened the competition for Title VIII Fellowships to study Kazakh, Tajik, Uyghur, or Uzbek at UW-Madison this summer.