Central Asia Policy Brief No. 28, June 2015
A research fellowship is available at Tübingen University from September 2015 to examine the cultural history of water in Central Asia. As an inter-disciplinary research group, we set out to trace people’s changing attitudes to water in this landlocked region.
Article reposted from Eurasianet.org. “When it comes to religious affairs in Central Asia, authorities are relying on Soviet methods even as they aspire to move away from the Soviet legacy.”
Uzbekistan Initiative Workshop April 6, 2015
By Dolkun Kamberi