A Chat in the Yurt, discussing Central Asia and Europe – Episode III
A Chat in the Yurt, Uzbekistan In The Spotlight – Episode III
Step into our Yurt and join us for a monthly conversation on Europe-Central Asia developments. In this series of podcasts Andreas Marazis and Rashid Gabdulhakov welcome guests from both regions to discuss exciting new research and the latest developments in Europe and Central Asia. Guests range from academics to policymakers and from journalists to civil society activists. What is happening in Europe that Central Asians should know about? What events are unfolding in Central Asia that Europeans should understand? Together, we discuss society trends, political developments, and economic turns while assessing the past and looking ahead to what may unfold.
In this third episode we welcome from EUCAM associate researchers Fabienne Bossuyt and Nafisa Hasanova to discuss Uzbekistan developments. The conversation moves from the harsh Uzbek winter to home affairs and corruption and from Uzbek foreign policy to a more in-depth analyses of European Union-Uzbekistan relations. How is the war in Ukraine affecting Uzbekistan and what position does the country take? Is the EU stressing the right topics with its emphasis on connectivity and seeking to support resilience of Uzbekistan? Fabienne, Nafisa, Andreas and Rashid discuss these questions and many more in this month’s episode.
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