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EUCAM commentaries review by CAAN
Central Asia Analytical Network has prepared a review in Russian of our most recent commentaries: Civil society in Uzbekistan: Building from the ground up, North, West, home best: Tajik labor migration and EU development cooperation, Key Kazakh interests in working with Europe
August 8, 2018 Central Asia Analytical Network (CAAN)
Zainab Muhammad-Dost

The rise of illiberal civil society in the former Soviet Union?
This publication examines the growing influence of illiberal, anti-Western and socially conservative civil society groups, popular movements and political forces in five post-Soviet states: Georgia, Armenia, Ukraine, Kyrgyzstan and Moldova.
July 18, 2018 The Foreign Policy Center
Adam Hug

China’s March West. Emergence in Central Asia and Afghanistan
China’s western neighbourhood is undergoing a power shift in favour of Beijing. China is successfully pushing ahead with the establishment of economic dependencies and no longer relies exclusively on the Russian Federation to ensure regional security. European decision-makers are now facing the question how they should respond to this development in the triangular relationship with China and Russia.
Security Policy Working Paper, No. 13/2018 Federal Academy for Security Policy
Thomas Eder

Uzbekistan’s Newfound Foreign Policy and its Implications for U.S.-Uzbekistan Relations
A discussion of the outcomes of Uzbek President Shavkat Mirziyoyev’s visit to the United States and Uzbekistan’s future role in the administration’s Central Asia and South Asia strategy hosted by George Washington University’s Central Asia Program.
May 23, 2018 Central Asia Program

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Groningen-Brussels

In their EUCAM fellowship ‘research week’, Anastasiya, Gulnura and Sabrinisso conquered Brussels. In their meetings, they sought input for their individual research projects that...