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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.

Going Tajikistan: Mind your step

‘The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes’, Marcel Proust Tajikistan has the potential to become the next popular destination on the...