In this EUCAM Watch, we asked three Central Asian scholars and one EU policy-maker to share their views on the opportunities for Central Asia. In what sectors can Central Asia make progress and how can Europe play a positive role?
EUCAM Watch No. 17, May 2017
CESS is a research and training centre that has been active in promoting good governance in the security sector and beyond since the early nineties. The centre is currently active in the Western Balkans, Eastern Europe and Central Asia with parliamentary support projects.
Implementation and review of the European Union - Central Asia Strategy: Recommendations for EU action
EUCAM Report No. 19 by Jos Boonstra and Tika Tsertsvadze, February 2016
National Policy Series
Central Asia Highlights
By Dr Damir Esenaliev and Gulzhan Asylbek kyzy, Commentary, Stockholm International Peace Research Institute, June 2017
Call for papers, conference ‘The End of the Region: Future of Spatial Constructs in the Populist Era’
By Centre for International Relations Studies of the University of Liege and Cambridge Slavonic Studies, deadline: August 25, 2017
By Aina Shormanbayeva,Open Democracy, June 2017
By Open Society Foundations, May 2017.
By Anna Matveeva, Cambridge Journal of Eurasian Studies, February 2017.