The Central Asia Program welcomes its newest fellows for the Spring 2015 semester. Please join us in welcoming Nazik Muradova from Turkmenistan and Farrukh Irnazarov from Uzbekistan.
The Kazakhstan Institute for Strategic Studies recently released a report on the 10 most important issues facing Central Asia in 2015.
Call for manuscripts – Contemporary Central Asia. Societies, Politics and Cultures. At the crossroads of Russia, China, and the Islamic world, Central Asia remains one of the world’s least-understood regions…
Each of the five Central Asian countries has its own perception of the Ukrainian crisis. Each of these perceptions is far from monolithic and can be divided into several components…
Eurasia Foundation of Central Asia – Tajikistan welcomes energetic and motivated international interns to work with us in Dushanbe. EFCA-Tajikistan is a leading NGO in the country engaged in implementing programs across several social and economic development sectors.
The Center for Eurasian, Russian and East European Studies (CERES) at Georgetown University’s Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service is seeking a Communications and Events Coordinator (CEC).
Voice of America published an article regarding Dr. Marcel De Haas’ recent talk about Kazakhstan’s security policy at the George Washington University.
Arzuw Foundation is now seeking a part-time editor.
Find links to recent news right ups about what the Central Asia Program has been up to.
Check out our new YouTube channel. Central Asia Program will now be posting videos from some events on YouTube.
Our latest winner of the Student Essay Competition is Damira Umetbaeva, a PhD candidate at the European University Viadrina in Frankfurt, Germany.
Central Asian Affairs is a peer-reviewed journal that is published quarterly. It aims to feature innovative social science research on contemporary developments in the wider Central Asian region.
December 21, 2014, Uzbekistan witnessed the 5th post-Constitutional Parliamentary and City Councils elections and were commended by more than 300 international observers from 50 countries and international organizations such as OSCE/ODIHR, SCO, OIC, Association of World Election bodies (AWEB) and CIS.