Migrant Rights and Migrant Hope (21 March)

‘Migrant rights and migrant hope: Amnesty International’s work in Central Asia’, 21 March, 17:30-18:30, Building […]

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CfP: Workshop on Rising Powers and State Transformation (November 2017)

Papers on Central Asia are encouraged. Funding is provided for successful applicants. —JH Call for […]

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Kemel Toktomushev, Kyrgyzstan: Regime Security and Foreign Policy (Routledge, 2017)

Congratulations to Kemel Toktomushev on his recently published book, Kyrgyzstan: Regime Security and Foreign Policy […]

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Edil Baisalov speaks at Exeter on 1 February

Edil Baisalov, Kyrgyz Political Activist A Conversation about Islamic Radicalization in Central Asia 2.00-3.00pm, Wednesday […]

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An Open Letter to the ICG from 23 scholars of Islam and Politics in Central Asia

An Open Letter Concerning the International Crisis Group’s Reporting of Islamic Radicalization in Central Asia […]

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PhD scholarships for entry in 2017/18

John Heathershaw and David Lewis are accepting applications for PhD study in all areas of […]

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Inside Turkmenistan’s Economic Crisis – Part 3

Inside Turkmenistan’s Economic Crisis – Part three Berdymukhammedov on the brink Turkmenistan’s economic crisis is […]

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Inside Turkmenistan’s Economic Crisis – Part 2

Inside Turkmenistan’s Economic Crisis – Part 2 Gas, dependency, and debt Turkmenistan’s shift from Russia […]

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Inside Turkmenistan’s Economic Crisis – Part 1

Inside Turkmenistan’s Economic Crisis – Part 1 Running Out of Cash A financial crisis is the […]

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Inside Turkmenistan’s Economic Crisis – Introduction

Inside Turkmenistan’s Economic Crisis Editor’s introduction by John Heathershaw Turkmenistan is the least-well studied and […]

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