By Kamal Gasimov
By Murad Ismayilov
Event hosted at CAP April 10, 2017.
By Asel Doolotkeldieva
New publication by CAP Director Marlene Laruelle through The Jamestown Foundation.
By Vincent Artman
By Sebastien Peyrouse
By Noah Tucker
Interview by Parvina Khamidova
By Hélène Thibault
By Wendell Schwab
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
By Abdulfattoh Shafiev
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.”
At a workshop hosted by George Washington University’s Central Asia Program, John Heathershaw, an associate professor in international relations at the University of Exeter, and David Montgomery, a visiting assistant professor in anthropology at the University of Pittsburgh, discussed the findings of their report, released last November by Chatham House, The Myth of Post-Soviet Muslim Radicalization in the Central Asian Republics.