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The 11th CAP Fellows Seminar “Youth, Civic Engagement, and Civil Service in Central Asia and Azerbaijan” 4:00 PM
The 11th CAP Fellows Seminar “Youth, Civic Engagement, and Civil Service in Central Asia and Azerbaijan”
May 7 @ 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
The 11th CAP Fellows Seminar "Youth, Civic Engagement, and Civil Service in Central Asia and Azerbaijan" @ Room 505
4:00 – 5:00 PM, Session 1: Improving Civic Networks and Civil Service in Kyrgyzstan and Azerbaijan Raushanna Sarkeyeva (Founder/Director, Urban Initiatives Public Foundation, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan) How Do We Strengthen Bishkek’s Civic Networks? Elchin Karimov (Independent Researcher, Azerbaijan) Moving[...]
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CAP Roundtable on “Muslim Middle Class” vs the Islamic State: National Identity and Revolutionary Justice in Kazakhstan 2:00 PM
CAP Roundtable on “Muslim Middle Class” vs the Islamic State: National Identity and Revolutionary Justice in Kazakhstan
May 11 @ 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM
CAP Roundtable on “Muslim Middle Class” vs the Islamic State: National Identity and Revolutionary Justice in Kazakhstan @ Room 505
with Noah Tucker RFE/RL, CAP Associate Zhuldyz Tuleouva Kazakhstan Producer of “Not in Our Name,” RFE/RL project Serik Beissembayev Strategia Sociological Center, former CAP fellow Aurelie Biard NAC-NU Postdoctoral fellow, GWU Chair Wendell Schwab Pennsylvania[...]
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Uzbekistan’s Newfound Foreign Policy and its Implications for U.S.-Uzbekistan Relations 4:00 PM
Uzbekistan’s Newfound Foreign Policy and its Implications for U.S.-Uzbekistan Relations
May 22 @ 4:00 PM – 5:30 PM
Uzbekistan’s Newfound Foreign Policy and its Implications for U.S.-Uzbekistan Relations @ Lindner Family Commons, Room 602
Join us for a discussion on the outcome of the Uzbek president Shavkat Mirziyoyev’s visit to the United States and the future role of Uzbekistan in the administration’s Central Asia and South Asia strategy. with[...]
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“Paradoxes of Legitimation”: Authoritarianism(s) in modern Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan 4:00 PM
“Paradoxes of Legitimation”: Authoritarianism(s) in modern Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan
May 24 @ 4:00 PM – 5:30 PM
“Paradoxes of Legitimation”: Authoritarianism(s) in modern Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan @ Room 412Q, Voesar Conference Room
Sofya Omarova, Ph.D. candidate in International Politics and Sociology Department of Social Sciences Oxford Brookes University This presentation seeks to explore the concepts of legitimacy and legitimation and how they relate to regime self-legitimation in[...]
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