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The Status of Tajikistan’s Political Opposition Abroad: A Roundtable with John Heathershaw, Marintha R. Miles, and Nate Schenkkan  12:30 PM
The Status of Tajikistan’s Political Opposition Abroad: A Roundtable with John Heathershaw, Marintha R. Miles, and Nate Schenkkan  @ Room 505
Apr 9 @ 12:30 PM – 2:30 PM
The Status of Tajikistan's Political Opposition Abroad: A Roundtable with John Heathershaw, Marintha R. Miles, and Nate Schenkkan  @ Room 505
John Heathershaw (University of Exeter) The vulnerability and protection of political oppositions in exile: political and legal perspectives on the case of Tajikistan Since the end of the UN-mandated peace process following its civil war, the[...]
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Uzbekistan’s Economic Reforms: A Report Card with Bekhzod Khoshimov 10:00 AM
Uzbekistan’s Economic Reforms: A Report Card with Bekhzod Khoshimov @ Voesar Conference Room, Suite 412
Apr 15 @ 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM
Uzbekistan's Economic Reforms: A Report Card with Bekhzod Khoshimov @ Voesar Conference Room, Suite 412
In this presentation, Bekhzod Khoshimov gives an assessment of the economic reforms in Uzbekistan. He reviews reforms in the areas of property rights, international trade, fiscal policy, monetary policy, agricultural policy, the propiska system, education,[...]
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CANCELLED: The Social Organization of the Unspoken: Informal Organizations in Tajik/Afghan Badakhshan with author Suzanne Levi-Sanchez 12:30 PM
CANCELLED: The Social Organization of the Unspoken: Informal Organizations in Tajik/Afghan Badakhshan with author Suzanne Levi-Sanchez @ Lindner Family Commons, 6th floor
Apr 17 @ 12:30 PM – 1:45 PM
CANCELLED: The Social Organization of the Unspoken: Informal Organizations in Tajik/Afghan Badakhshan with author Suzanne Levi-Sanchez @ Lindner Family Commons, 6th floor
Suzanne Levi-Sanchez presents her forthcoming book (University of Michigan Press) on the relationships between informal organizations and the state, civil society, and kinship networks along the Tajik/Afghan border. Her fieldwork spans six years on both[...]
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The European Union’s New Strategy for Central Asia: An Early Assessment with Fabienne Bossuyt 4:00 PM
The European Union’s New Strategy for Central Asia: An Early Assessment with Fabienne Bossuyt @ Voesar Conference Room, Suite 412
Apr 23 @ 4:00 PM – 5:30 PM
The European Union’s New Strategy for Central Asia: An Early Assessment with Fabienne Bossuyt @ Voesar Conference Room, Suite 412
Although the European Union’s engagement with Central Asia has remained limited, the EU’s role in the region has evolved from an invisible and arguably ineffective donor to that of a full-fledged actor over the past[...]
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Russia’s Islamic Diplomacy: Institutions, Informality, and Believers 10:30 AM
Russia’s Islamic Diplomacy: Institutions, Informality, and Believers @ Lindner Family Commons (6th Floor)
Apr 29 @ 10:30 AM – 5:30 PM
Russia’s Islamic Diplomacy: Institutions, Informality, and Believers @ Lindner Family Commons (6th Floor)
9:30-11:00am Panel 1. Russia and Islamic Institutions Abroad Mark N. Katz (George Mason University) Always Looming: The Russian Muslim Factor in Moscow’s Relations with Gulf Arab States Clement Therme (International Institute for Strategic Studies) Russia and the Islamic[...]
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