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CAP Director Marlene Laruelle discusses what the reforms could mean for President Nursultan Nazarbayev in this article for World Politics Review.
Latest article by CAP director Marlene Laruelle
In this series of dispatches from along the border between Europe and Asia, Joshua Kucera explores how the border got to be where it is and the ongoing debates about what and where Europe and Asia really are.
The passing of Islom Karimov, the first president of independent Uzbekistan, in the late summer of 2016 raises important questions for the whole Central Asian region and for those who study it.
New publication by CAP Director Marlene Laruelle through The Jamestown Foundation.
What little we know suggests that the non-religious reasons Central Asians join ISIS are more important than the religious factors often cited by analysts.
John Heathershaw and David W. Montgomery
Check out this new article by CAP Director, Marlene Laruelle. Reposted from the Washington Post’s Monkey Cage Blog.
These two CADGAT datasets present an overview of national holidays in the five Central Asian countries: what the holidays are and when they are celebrated; and traces the development of national holidays back to independence in 1991.
“Imagined” vs “real” nation-building: language and identity policies between theory and practice in Central Asia
Nationalities Papers, Volume 43, Issue 3, May 2015 is now available online is now available online on Taylor & Francis Online.
Special Issue: “Imagined” vs “real” nation-building: language and identity policies between theory and practice in Central Asia