Anastasiya Ten

I have an MA degree in Comparative Local Development from the consortium of Corvinus University Budapest, the University of Regensburg and the University of Trento and a BA in Diplomacy and International Studies from the Hankuk University of Foreign Studies in South Korea. During my studies, I have focussed mostly on socio-economic and political development trends in Asia. In my MA thesis, I worked on external labour migration in Tajikistan. Until recently I have been involved in the research activities of the European Institute for Asian Studies in Brussels where I focussed on EU-Central Asia relations. Apart from academic and think tank activities, I participated in short-term internship and volunteering projects in India, Nepal, Tajikistan and Ghana. In the EUCAM fellowship programme, I will conduct research on the renewable energy potential of Tajikistan within the broader discourse on sustainable development.