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The April 2021 Kyrgyz-Tajik Border Dispute: Historical and Casual Context

Eric McGlinchey, George Mason University [doc id=17229]

The Way Forward for a Regional Diplomacy for Peace in Afghanistan

Report by Elham Gharji [doc id=17200]

Podcast: The Covid-19 and Political Transition in Kyrgyzstan

This program is the second in a series of podcasts on Central Asian international relations that aims to discuss key events and developments in the region and in its engagement with the world. The podcast is part of a project by Dr. Eric McGlinchey and Dr. Shairbek Dzhuraev on debating the region’s relationships. The podcast […]

Does Russia Have A Strategy for Central Asia?

Yulia Nikitina, MGIMO University, Russia [doc id=5700]

Three Decades of Development Aid in Tajikistan

Karolina Kluczewska, Justus Liebig University Giessen, Germany [doc id=5695]

The Effects of Remittances in Central Asia

Jakhongir Kakhkharov, Flinders University, Australia [doc id=5690]

Kyrgyz Post-Soviet Foreign Policy: A Habit of Dependency

Emilbek Dzhuraev, OSCE Academy in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan [doc id=5684]

Podcast: Issues in Central Asia's International Relations

This program is the first in a series of podcasts on Central Asian international relations that aims to discuss key events and developments in the region and in its engagement with the world. The podcast is part of a project by Dr. Eric McGlinchey and Dr. Shairbek Dzhuraev on debating the region’s relationships. The podcast […]

Recipient, Activist, Protector: Three Modes of Tajikistan's Foreign Policy

Muslimbek Buriev, Independent Researcher, Tajikistan [doc id=5582]

Thirty Years of Uzbekistan's International Relations: Quo Vadis?

Farkhod Tolipov, Knowledge Caravan Research Institute, Uzbekistan [doc id=5576]

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