Book Launch: March 5 – Slow Anti-Americanism: The Social Movements and Symbolic Politics in Central Asia
Negative views of the United States abound, but we know too little about how such views affect politics. Drawing on careful research on post-Soviet Central Asia, Edward Schatz argues that…Find out more »
Book Launch: March 10, 2021 – Toward Nationalizing Regimes: Conceptualizing Power and Identity in the Post-Soviet Realm
The collapse of the Soviet Union famously opened new venues for the theories of nationalism and the study of processes and actors involved in these new nation-building processes. In this…Find out more »
Власть и пространство в социальных мобилизациях: предварительные мысли о протестах, приведших к смене власти в Кыргызстане осенью 2020 г.
Informing the Public about the Dangers of a Pandemic. Early COVID-19 Coverage by News Organizations in Kazakhstan
LATEST AVAILABLE ISSUE: VOLUME 7 | ISSUE 1 | 2020
The Bureaucratization of Islam in Azerbaijan: State as the Principal Regulator and Interpreter of Religion by Kamal Gasimov
Understanding Factors behind Regional Inequality in Education in Kazakhstan by Aigerim Kopeyeva
Secondary Schools and Inequality: Navigating the Fragmented Landscape of Educational Choices in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan by Aigoul Abdoubaetova
Artemy Kalinovsky, Laboratory of Socialist Development: Cold War Politics and Decolonization in Soviet Tajikistan
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