New Strategy – similar challenges: EU-Central Asia security cooperation

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On 5 June EUCAM, the European Neighbourhood Council and the Egmont Institute organised in Brussels the roundtable New Strategy – similar challenges: EU-Central Asia security cooperation.

The event was attended by EU officials, civil society representatives and two groups of fellows – those from EUCAM and those of a Internews project for Central Asia. EU officials headed by EUSR Peter Burian and EEAS Central Asia division deputy director Philippe van Amersfoort took a keen interest in the research presented by our fellows and shared with the participants the background and thinking behind the new EU Strategy for Central Asia.

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Aya Renaud
Freelance journalist, editor, web consultant. Worked for various international organizations and media outlets, including UNDP, UNEP, RFE/RL. Currently, assists non-profit organizations in building their corporate identity, online presence, strengthening communities in social media. Has been involved in EUCAM since 2009. Studied International Journalism at the Kazakh National University (Almaty, Kazakhstan) and holds a Master’s Degree in Public Policy from the Willy Brandt School of Public Policy, University of Erfurt (Germany).